April 1, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- BizTimes Media LLC (
) today unveiled the inaugural edition of "WisconsinBiz," a special magazine and website (
) to promote
as a place to do business.
The 112-page, glossy publication has a three-fold mission: (1) To provide resources for
-based businesses to grow in the state; (2) To provide resources for out-of-state businesses to consider moving to
; and (3) To help attract and retain top talent in
"WisconsinBiz" serves as a toolbox for economic growth, including: five main reasons to do business in
; profiles of seven industry clusters that are growing in
; a roundup of the academic research that is providing opportunities for businesses to grow in
; profiles of regional economic development agencies; and a roundup of the economic impact of the Native American Tribal Communities in
readers will also find a plethora of statistical snapshots and photographs of the state, as well as a series of sponsored content pages.
has all of the resources, infrastructure and people needed to start a business, grow a business or move a business," said
, publisher at BizTimes Media LLC. "With this new publication, the state now has a comprehensive and powerful one-stop catalyst for economic development."
BizTimes Media LLC's partners in the "WisconsinBiz" project included: the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, Associated Bank and the
University of Wisconsin
"I would like to thank all of the corporate and institutional sponsors and advertisers who made this special project possible," Meyer said. "The
way has always been 'Forward.' That is precisely where we are headed. It's in our DNA. We're confident this special publication will provide an entry point for companies to grow In Wisconsin."
The magazine includes a welcome message from
. "We need to continue to provide competitive advantages for companies interested in growing here or moving here," Walker said. "I hope 'WisconsinBiz' will be a valuable resource to you. The purpose is to provide a focus on economic development, research and innovation, and business growth. I would like to thank WEDC and BizTimes for their work on this publication. I am glad we are continuing to work to move
Production of the special supplement was overseen by the editorial and production staff of BizTimes Media LLC. Freelance journalist
Jon Anne Willow
served as a contributing editor for the project.
"Wisconsin Biz" was delivered as a special supplement to subscribers of BizTimes Milwaukee magazine. BizTimes Media published 38,000 copies of the special supplement, which was mailed to strategic business outlets and partners throughout
An online version of the special supplement and updates about the state's economic progress are available at
. Additional copies of the special supplement are available for purchase by calling (414) 277-8181. BizTimes Media LLC will publish new editions of the magazine annually.
BizTimes Media LLC produces the award-winning BizTimes Milwaukee magazine and
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