A new report suggests Wisconsin is slowly making progress when it comes to building a technology-based economy, as judged by indicators such as producing patents, investing in private research and development, and creating high-tech jobs. The natural question: Why are we improving?
There is no single reason, but a variety of factors pr......Full article >>>
in Legislature and Gov. Jim Doyle have combined to create tax credits for technology start-ups and invested in other grant and loan funds.
The workforce is being retrained. A surge of returning students, many of whom are adults squeezed out of manufacturing jobs, is evident in public and private institutions. The rise of private, for-profit post-secondary schools is serving the needs of ......Full article >>>
research base, Wisconsin has built its foundation over a century or more. Few, if any, states of Wisconsins size can claim as much academic research.
Our entrepreneurial spirit has been reawakened. History shows Wisconsin has been an entrepreneurial state for much of its existence; necessity is bringing out those qualities again. Innovation wasnt dead in Wisconsin, just hibernating.
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