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Expansion & Relocation

 

Financial incentives for businesses expanding in Wisconsin originate from two primary sources: the State of Wisconsin and local municipalities. 

Both the state and local municipalities in the Milwaukee Region offer a menu of programs and incentives that may be available for your operational expansion. Incentive offers will hinge on the number and quality of the jobs (i.e., wages) and the project's level of capital expenditure.

State incentives tend to be job-based, rewarding companies that create and maintain jobs that pay family-supporting wages.

Municipal incentives are generally real estate-based, rewarding companies making capital investments that increase the tax base. These local incentives are used by companies to offset expenses associated with constructing a new building, retrofitting an existing structure, or purchasing equipment.

 






















__ WISCONSIN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) aims to help Wisconsin businesses expand and become successful by providing a variety of resources and events to aid business growth. Training sessions, development grants and financial and technical backing are among the components used in advancing participating companies in the food industry. 

Regional economic development partners include:

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WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

The WDR provides brief overviews of many of the available tax incentives for your food business, including the WI Manufacturing & Agriculture Tax Credit available to claimants that derive qualified production activities income from property located in Wisconsin that is assessed as either manufacturing or agricultural.


 

 











WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, TRADE AND CONSUMER PROTECTION (DATCP) 

DATCP offers a wide variety of resources supporting growth and safety in the food industry, including information on labeling, licensing, food codes, food safety laws and complaints and starting a food business. It also provides programs on agricultural development, animal health and food safety.


 

All incentives described in this section are subject to the respective regulations and approval processes established by the governmental agencies overseeing them. While FaB neither controls nor administers these programs, we can help you navigate the agencies that offer them.

 

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