SHEBOYGAN - Sheboygan County local businesses believe the local economy is on an uphill trajectory, according to a new survey by the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce.
SHEBOYGAN – Sheboygan just grew.
PLYMOUTH - Arch Electric, a Wisconsin leader in solar energy, is setting down roots in Plymouth and expanding its workforce.
SHEBOYGAN - FedEx plans to begin construction on a distribution facility for a FedEx Freight division in Sheboygan's business park next spring.
Safety Fresh Foods would do HPP processing at old Borden plant
PLYMOUTH – Another facet of the food production industry will be coming to the city, with a boost from the city’s revolving loan fund.
MADISON – The 15th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest is accepting entries online for the 2018 competition until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018.
Lakeland University has received a $250,000 grant from the Lynde & Harry Bradley Foundation to support its groundbreaking new Cooperative Education Program.
SHEBOYGAN - There are too many open jobs, and not enough quality applicants to fill them in Sheboygan County. City and county leaders believe they've found a solution to that problem, and they're calling it "an innovation community."
Dane Checolinski’s economic development checklist is impressive: Growing economy — check. Low unemployment rate — check. (Sheboygan county boasts one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state.) Recruiting top talent — check.
Plymouth is a small town of about 8,500 people in the east-central part of the state — near Sheboygan. You wouldn’t realize it from looking at a map, but about 15 percent of all cheese produced in the United States is handled here. From production facilities to large cold storage warehouses, Plymouth is frankly just full of cheese. With a rich history in our state’s most well-known industry and a beautiful, walkable downtown area for you to explore, Plymouth is a perfect spot for a weekend trip.