Wisconsin’s top ratings affirm the state’s stable and business-friendly environment.
Importance of infrastructure
Wisconsin excels at transportation options
Our central North American location provides easy, one-day access to major U.S. markets with 12,000 miles of interstates and highways, eight commercial airports, thirteen railroad lines, two Great Lakes and the Mississippi River.
Lower risk of natural disasters equal greater rewards for business
Natural disasters upset access to resources, supply chains and employees. Wisconsin’s remarkably low risk for every imaginable type of disaster helps assure business continuity.
Home to one of the most comprehensive freshwater education programs
The School of Freshwater Sciences is the largest Great Lakes academic research institution and one of North America's only graduate schools dedicated specifically to freshwater.
More tech experience
We were the first state to develop a technical college system
We have more than one hundred years’ experience training our workforce to fulfill ever-changing industry demands. So if you’re looking for some of the most highly skilled and job-ready employees in the world, simply look to Wisconsin.
We push the boundaries of theoretical and applied science
In Wisconsin, we prepare talent for the future. At more than $1 billion annually, our flagship University of Wisconsin-Madison ranks #8 in the U.S. for research spending; the University of Wisconsin System awards more than 36,000 degrees annually.