Local Business News
Sheboygan, WI, March 19, 2014.- For the second consecutive year, Andean Naturals, Inc., the leading US importer of quinoa, has been named a Best for the World B Corporation company. Created by the non-profit B Lab, the B Corp Best for the World list honors businesses that earn an overall score in the top 10 percent of all Certified B Corporations on the B Impact Assessment, a rigorous and comprehensive evaluation of a company’s impact on its workers, its community and the environment. Andean Naturals was one of 92 micro, small and mid-sized businesses to be recognized this year.
Gilly’s Frozen Custard has closed its 1950s-style drive-in restaurant on Sheboygan’s south side, a spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday.
The Common Council on Monday night approved a plan that local leaders hope will help spark new development in Sheboygan’s downtown and waterfront.
PLYMOUTH – The Redevelopment Authority continues to make improving the downtown business atmosphere a top priority.
Governor Walker signed Senate Bill 449 earlier this week, which allows for the transfer of economic development tax credits between eligible Wisconsin taxpayers.
TOWN OF WILSON — — Kohler Co. officials appeared before the Wilson Town Board Monday night and for the first time confirmed plans for a fifth golf course in Sheboygan County, but otherwise remained tight-lipped on the details.
California-based AECOM confirmed Friday that it plans to close its Sheboygan office this fall, impacting about 50 employees there.
City officials are getting closer to taking what they hope proves to be a critical step in revitalizing Sheboygan’s downtown and waterfront.
After three deserted flagpole attempts, including one spectacular failure, Acuity Insurance officials will erect the company’s fourth massive flagpole — and the biggest one yet — on the north end of its Sheboygan property.
Family bonds have kept Schwarz Fish Co. steadfast through a century and four generations, said Elizabeth Visser, one of the fourth generation Schwarzes now running the family business.