Trouble viewing this email? Click here.
Insource - The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Newsletter
Volume I, Issue IX
WEDC Expands Library of Resources

To better meet the needs of the many people we serve, we are making some changes and adding new resources. From now on, InSource will be delivered to your inbox four times a year (instead of six). Not to worry though; we will continue to provide valuable news and updates through our newest resources and communication channels.

Read More


World’s Largest Online Retailer to Build Fulfillment Center in Wisconsin
Working with an Internet giant like Amazon.com to open a new facility in Wisconsin isn’t the kind of deal that gets completed over a business lunch.

Read More

Profile: Xconomy
One of nine top innovation hubs in the country, that’s Wisconsin. WEDC is pleased to welcome Xconomy to our great state.

Read More

WEDC Television Commercials Promote WisconsinÓł Business Climate
Leveraging the In Wisconsin brand developed to highlight the benefits of doing business in the state, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has begun airing television commercials in bordering states to encourage business leaders to start-up, relocate or expand operations here.

Read More

Q&A: Impact Map
Economic development investments made by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) are now featured on an interactive online map that shows the recipients of state investments and the projected job impact of each contract.

Read More

New WEDC Initiative Brings Supercomputing to Small Businesses
One of the missions of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is to provide assistance to small- and medium-sized businesses that may need a helping hand to spur the kind of innovation that will ensure their companies’ success.

Read More

Program Spotlight: UW Capital Catalyst
In support of WEDC’s mission to increase the number of successful business startups in Wisconsin, WEDC created the Capital Catalyst Program to make seed grants available to organizations and communities dedicated to encouraging entrepreneurship.

Read More

Certified and Shovel-Ready
The Certified in Wisconsin program pre-certifies industrial sites as development ready. WEDC introduced the Certified In Wisconsin program in 2013 to help spur development of commercial properties in communities throughout the state.

Read More

In This Issue

WEDC Expands Resources
Amazon.com
Supercomputing
Profile: Xconomy
Spotlight: UW Capital Catalyst
WEDC TV Spots
Certified Sites
Q&A: Impact Map

Stay Connected

LinkedIn Twitter Vimeo

More Subscriptions

International Development:
News, tips and resources to help prepare you for exporting

Site Selector:
News alerts and industry analysis to help inform your relocation and expansion plans

Locate in WI
ConnectEd
Share Your Success
Upcoming Events

This message was sent by:
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
201 W. Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703
Unsubscribe from “Insource.”
Privacy Policy
Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Google