Economic Development

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The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is seeking Wisconsin companies to take part in a global trade venture in Mexico in March.
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The Waukesha County Business Alliance recently presented "Key industries for Wisconsin in 2015 and beyond" at the Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel.
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The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has named Katy Sinnott as the organization’s vice president of international business development.
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BizTimes Media LLC will host the annual Northern Trust Economic Trends Breakfast on Thursday, Jan. 29, at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. The 2015 conference will provide business leaders with a sneak peek of the year ahead in business. Panelists will provide insights about the emerging trends in manufacturing, business technology, logistics, biomedical advancements, the housing market and more.
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Local Initiatives Support Corporation's Milwaukee extension on Wednesday announced finalists for the 2015 MANDI Awards, which praise individuals, organizations and community projects revitalizing central city neighborhoods.
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Local Initiatives Support Corporation's Milwaukee extension on Wednesday announced finalists for the 2015 MANDI Awards, which praise individuals, organizations and community projects revitalizing central city neighborhoods.
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The metropolitan Milwaukee area averaged 855,000 nonfarm jobs in October, up 2.3 percent over October 2013, which outpaces both state (1.2 percent) and national (2 percent) job gains over the same time period, according to a new report from the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce.
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Ryan Murray, former deputy secretary and chief operating officer of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, has been appointed partner of The Firm Consulting, a Madison-based government affairs agency.
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About 90 percent of Wisconsin business owners and executives expect their businesses to remain steady or grow in 2015, according to a new survey from BMO Harris Bank.
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