Wisconsin is a great place to do business, and it’s only getting better. The state has dedicated $150 million to worker training and is preparing highly technical workers to be experts in their fields. We’re ensuring our next generation is qualified for the positions companies need to fill. We’ve also provided $2 billion in tax relief to help create financial stability and confidence for people who live and do business in Wisconsin.

Last year, WEDC assisted more than 300 businesses and communities. The top 10 commercial development projects alone represented capital investments of more than $680 million and are expected to create or retain more than 3,500 jobs in the state.

Our skilled workforce along with our competitive financial incentives, including tax credits and capital financing options, reinforce our commitment to business success In Wisconsin®.

Learn more about how Wisconsin is making strides to help businesses of all kinds find success through a message from Governor Scott Walker. 

Top Three Development Projects of 2014 

Meijer - $146 million distribution center eligible to receive up to $5.25 million in tax credits. 256 new jobs.

SHINE Medical Technologies - $88 million production facility will receive up to $2 million in tax credits and a $4 million loan. 141 new jobs.

Schreiber Foods - $87 million expansion will receive up to $4.5 million in tax credits for construction. 160 new jobs and retain 545 jobs.

Message from Wade Goodsell

There’s no doubt that Wisconsin is business-ready. Our bold approach to creating new business opportunities is evident through our global leadership in key industries and our state's education system, colleges and training programs that help ensure a ready workforce.

This message was sent by: Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation 201 W. Washington Avenue Madison, WI 53703

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