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CONTACT THE WISCONSIN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Whether you’re looking to start a career, make a move or expand your operations in Wisconsin, or you’re just interested in learning more about the best state in which to pursue your passions, WEDC offers resources and support to help. For additional inquiries or information about why Wisconsin, please complete the form and a representative will be in touch to assist you with your needs.

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ABOUT WEDC

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) leads economic development efforts for the state by advancing and maximizing opportunities In Wisconsin® for businesses, communities and people to thrive in a globally competitive environment. WEDC provides resources, operational support and financial assistance to companies, partners and communities in Wisconsin. WEDC achieves its mission through initiatives driven by five strategic pillars: business development; community and economic opportunity; strategic economic competitiveness; state brand management and promotion; and operational and fiscal excellence. Working with more than 600 regional and local partners, WEDC develops and delivers solutions representative of a highly responsive and coordinated economic development network.

If you need additional information on WEDC or have general inquires related to economic development in Wisconsin, please contact WEDC through our website.

TESTIMONIALS

“If this (game development with his current company) is going to happen – it needs to happen in Wisconsin. The state has a strong engineering background and strong education background, but also a strong artistic background. Wisconsin brings the best of these unique backgrounds together.”

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TIM GERRITSEN • BUSINESS OWNER

“We want to locate where residents are comfortable having a large distribution center as a neighbor, because, ultimately, joining a community is a symbiotic relationship. When we’re deciding where to invest $40 to $50 million of the company’s capital, it’s not only about economics. We want to be confident that our project will get the appropriate level of attention, the planning and permit process will go smoothly, and that there’s harmony in the community. It’s simple, but it doesn’t always happen.”

SEAN GRIFFIN • SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, UNFI • BELOIT, WI