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Wisconsin: Turning Bioscience Innovation into Scalable Solutions

Wisconsin has one of the most diverse and fastest-growing bioscience sectors in the world, in part because it is home to one of the leading academic and scientific research institutions in the U.S., as well as the world-renowned Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery. When industry efforts converge with government and higher education, new discoveries and breakthroughs turn into scalable solutions. Wisconsin sets the stage for companies to develop innovative technologies and generate global sales.



The plastics division of the multinational corporation first found its home in Wisconsin in 2001. In the years since, Saint-Gobain capitalized on its rapid profitable growth at the Portage facility and expanded in 2015, creating dozens of new jobs.


A Central, Robust U.S. Transportation Network

With access to foreign trade zones and airports, major highways and ports, Wisconsin’s central location makes it ideal for capitalizing on the U.S. market. Explore Wisconsin’s transportation infrastructure with a new interactive map tool.


For more information about investment opportunities in Wisconsin, contact me at +1.608.210.6827 or

Kristie Pulvermacher, WEDC
Business Attraction and Foreign Direct Investment Manager


The U.S. has overtaken France as Germany’s largest trade partner, according to new data from Germany’s Statistics Office. Visit Wisconsin’s booth at Germany’s Hannover Messe trade fair in April.

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