Wisconsin Site Selection

Workforce Capacity


The County Workforce Profiles provide snapshots of the labor market for every Wisconsin county. Each profile includes analysis of the current and projected population dynamics, the effect on the labor force, county industries and employers, occupational patterns within industries, average wages, and total personal income.

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Finacial Assistance


Wisconsin has a wide range of state tax incentives to encourage business growth and job creation. Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) offers tax credits and exemptions on sales and property tax for qualifying manufacturing and agricultural businesses. They also provide incentives for businesses planning to move to and hire workers in Wisconsin.

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Properties


Throughout the state, there are a wide variety of property types available for sale or lease. Wisconsin is creating consistent standards for certification of industrial sites with a minimum of 20 contiguous acres. A Certified Site is a development-ready site meeting certain criteria, including site size, availability of utility and transportation infrastructure, physical and technical condition, environmental assessments, quality of labor force, and support by local communities. A Certified In Wisconsin site has the key reviews, documentations and assessments most commonly required for industrial uses.

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County Profiles


There are nine Wisconsin counties that The 7 Rivers Alliance cover. They are Buffalo, Crawford, Jackson, Juneau, La Crosse, Monroe, Richland, Trempealeau and Vernon. Each county is unique and different.

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