— Missy Hughes, Secretary/CEO,
New North, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, regional economic development corporation fostering collaboration among private and public sector leaders throughout the 18 counties of Northeast Wisconsin, known as the New North region. The New North brand unites the region both internally and externally around talent development, brand promotion and business development, signifying the collective economic power behind the 18 counties. New North creates, connects and convenes regional strategic initiatives for business and talent development.
Wisconsin’s central location, proven industry know-how, transportation infrastructure and positive business climate — including our Manufacturing and Agriculture Credit — combine to offer attractive growth opportunities for companies seeking to maximize their success.
TOP BUSINESS FACILITIES RANKINGS: WISCONSIN
|#2 Manufacturing Jobs (% of workforce)||2023 State Rankings|
|#3 Manufacturing Output (% of GDP)||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Agribusiness||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Food Processing||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Medtech / Medical Devices||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 5 Most Affordable Cities (Over 500K Pop.): Milwaukee||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Tech Talent Leaders (Labor Pool Under 50K): Madison||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Food Processing: Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MI-WI||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 10 Best Business Climate (Mid-Sized): Madison||2023 Metro Rankings|
New Tech Hubs program will drive regional innovation and job creation by strengthening a region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize, and deploy technology.
Generac Power Systems, an energy technology solutions company, could bring 400 jobs to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, if the city approves.
DreamPak, a food & beverage company that supplies store-branded items, broke ground on a 50,000-square-foot addition to its Wisconsin site.
Amidst economic transformation through dwindling traditional industries and post-pandemic shifts, Wisconsin has made moves that are reaping rewards.
From its urban centers to rural locations, the Badger State is taking action to diversify and expand its economy and opportunity.
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Workforce training programs are addressing evolving industries, labor force demands, and speed to market needs of business.
The National Science Foundation will provide the award to 44 unique teams spanning universities, nonprofits, businesses, and others towards creating local innovation ecosystems.