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Wisconsin embodies ex•tend•ed en•ter•prise

When it comes to growing a strong and vibrant economy in Wisconsin, we’re all in this together. Our state has a reputation for great collaboration between the public and private sectors; we’re proud of that, and keep working to improve upon our successes.

Industry-specific consortiums are partnering with public entities to develop a burgeoning export market; manufacturing and agriculture realize a corporate tax rate of only 0.4 percent; our Qualified New Business Venture (QNBV) program offers up to a 25 percent tax credit on investment in Wisconsin companies; regional economic development entities are partnering with companies, universities and government agencies to strengthen and diversify local economies and train a tomorrow-ready workforce. These are just a few examples covered in this year’s theme for WisconsinBiz. Because we’re all connected.


ex·tend·ed

/ ik’ stended/

adjective: made larger; enlarged.
lasting longer than is usual or expected; prolonged.

en·ter·prise

/’en(t)er prīz/

noun:

  1. a project or undertaking, typically one that is difficult or requires effort.
    synonyms: initiative, resourcefulness, imagination, entrepreneurialism,
    ingenuity, inventiveness, originality, creativity;
  2. a business or company.
    synonyms: business, company, firm, venture, organization, operation,
    corporation, establishment, partnership;
    entrepreneurial economic activity.

Source: Merriam Webster

When it comes to growing a strong and vibrant economy in Wisconsin, we’re all in this together. Our state has a reputation for great collaboration between the public and private sectors; we’re proud of that, and keep working to improve upon our successes.

Industry-specific consortiums are partnering with public entities to develop a burgeoning export market; manufacturing and agriculture realize a corporate tax rate of only 0.4 percent; our Qualified New Business Venture (QNBV) program offers up to a 25 percent tax credit on investment in Wisconsin companies; regional economic development entities are partnering with companies, universities and government agencies to strengthen and diversify local economies and train a tomorrow-ready workforce. These are just a few examples covered in this year’s theme for WisconsinBiz. Because we’re all connected.


ex·tend·ed

/ ik’ stended/

adjective: made larger; enlarged.
lasting longer than is usual or expected; prolonged.

en·ter·prise

/’en(t)er prīz/

noun:

  1. a project or undertaking, typically one that is difficult or requires effort.
    synonyms: initiative, resourcefulness, imagination, entrepreneurialism,
    ingenuity, inventiveness, originality, creativity;
  2. a business or company.
    synonyms: business, company, firm, venture, organization, operation,
    corporation, establishment, partnership;
    entrepreneurial economic activity.

Source: Merriam Webster

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