Companies that don’t export miss out on 95 percent of the world’s consumers. Companies that do export grow faster, achieve innovations faster, and enjoy higher valuations than companies that don’t.
With a tight labor market and employers reporting difficulty finding workers with the proper skills and training, Wisconsin’s educational institutions can play a key role in helping companies find the employees they need to grow.
At the Future Wisconsin Summit, organized by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce and attended by nearly 500 business leaders and economic development partners in Madison on Thursday, Dec. 15, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Deputy Secretary Tricia Braun provided an update on a collaborative communication strategy that is being deployed by businesses and organizations throughout Wisconsin to […]
Noticing an unmet need, identifying a personal passion, following a family tradition—many different paths can lead to starting a business. Each new business is unique, and three business owners were invited to share their individual stories as part of MARKETPLACE 2016, the Governor’s Conference on Minority Business Development. The stories were shared during the Governor’s […]