Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
Kwik Trip will create more than 500 jobs in Wisconsin by 2027 as part of a statewide, $151 million investment.
Amidst economic transformation through dwindling traditional industries and post-pandemic shifts, Wisconsin has made moves that are reaping rewards.
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Food and beverage manufacturers are employing digital tools to increase sustainability and agility.
The 2022 Deal of the Year Impact Awards recognize project investments that will have significant impact in their new or expanded locations, focusing on a specific aspect of the project.
Manufacturers are seeking cutting-edge locations for their state-of-the-art production lines and processes.
Leading the way to assist new and expanding firms, The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) shares a look at the latest developments for business...
Milwaukee Tool will invest $206 million in nine locations; Wisconsin will support the company's expansion with up to $22.5 million in additional performance-based tax credits.
Arrowhead will receive up to $16M in tax increment financing from the city of Verona, and up to $2.5M in tax credits from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).
Cancer screening and diagnostics company Exact Sciences will create 1,300 jobs at its new Madison, WI facilities.
Energy technology solutions company Generac will create more than 700 manufacturing and office jobs throughout Wisconsin.
The company will create up to 40 jobs at a 350,000-square-foot corrugated box manufacturing facility in Racine County, WI.
The company will invest nearly $26 million to build manufacturing plant in West Bend, WI.
The premium appliance manufacturer will create 100 jobs as it adds a 350,000-square-foot R&D facility in Fitchburg.
The lighting manufacturer is investing $46 million in the expansion of its Germantown, WI operations.
The new $40 million service center at Wisconsin’s Appleton International Airport will create approximately 200 jobs, and add maintenance capacity.
Wisconsin lands a foreign direct investment bonanza that promises to create 13,000 new jobs over the next five years at a new 20-million-square-foot LCD panel plant.
The building will serve as the headquarters for Foxconn’s Wisconsin operations and the Wisconn Valley Innovation Center, and is in addition to the company’s $10 billion manufacturing campus..
The $10.7-billion LCD panel production facility is expected to bring a bonanza of 13,000 new jobs to Wisconsin.
The retail convenience store company will invest $113 million in a new bakery and other capital investments in La Crosse, WI.
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