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WTN Exclusive Interview: Cory L. Nettles, Secretary of Commerce

Nettles will focus on bring high paying jobs to Wisconsin

Cory L. Nettles is not shy about his passion for creative innovative solutions to help stimulate Wisconsins economy, which faces record budget deficits and a reliance on mature industries. His challenge as the new Secretary of Commerce, is to stimulate Wisconsins economy and grow the diversity of its business portfolio.
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Full article >>> tted to a New Day Economy, a theme consistent with Doyles winning election campaign, in which the principals of fiscal management, reducing the deficit and moving beyond what the Governor refers to as Irresponsible Budgeting.

Gov. Doyle said he chose Nettles because Cory is a bright, young rising star who will bring energy and enthusiasm to the important job of growing Wisconsin 's econo......

Full article >>> doing very well. They have fast growing sales and their exports have been rising off the charts.

The first steps in getting to a New Day Economy are to manage in a fiscally responsible way and continue to reduce the deficit. Large deficits hamstring our ability to do effective economic development.

The second thing we need to do is to manage our resources and do a better job of......

Full article >>> We dont want to put all our eggs in one basket, whether its biotech, IT, (information technology) transportation, manufacturing or agriculture. We want to look at businesses and start ups that have the ability to distinguish themselves competitively, locally, nationally, and internationally, irrespective of markets, and to support them as best we can. We will not load up on one segment, at the de......

Full article >>> ad arsenal of honest incentives, which we can provide as deal sweeteners such as tax credits and access to low cost capital. The people we need to be working and partnering with, whether they are Wisconsin businesses, venture capitalists, or out of state industries are smart enough to take a hard look at what we do.

WTN: Recently, the Governor traveled to Eau Claire to award Silicon L......

Full article >>> es that were presented. I always talk about how the legal issues provide a backbone of underlying business objectives. This is a New Day in Wisconsin and we need to ask ourselves, What can we do creatively, to bring more resources to the table?

WTN: How will the Governors approach to economic development differ from the previous administrations?

Nettles: The Gover......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 03/17/03


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