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Wisconsin Department of Commerce

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Jack L. Fischer, AIA, was named by Governor Jim Doyle to be the Secretary of the Department of Commerce on November 9, 2007.  "Jack Fischer's skills are uniquely suited to the Department of Commerce," said Governor Doyle. "With over 30 years' experience in the private sector as an architect, business owner, CEO, international consultant and developer, Jack brings a wealth of knowledge to the department.” Prior to his appointment, Mr. Fischer was president/CEO of The Fischer Group Companies (TFG), Fischer Investors Inc. and J.L. Fischer Inc., as well as a partner/owner of the ...
In May of 2010, Leinenkugel withdrew his candidacy for U.S. Senate and endorsed the frontrunner for the Republican nomination, Ron Johnson. 3 Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{Reflist}} template or a tag; see the .
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
$4.5 Million in Federal Funding In Hand: The Midwest BioLink ...
Madison, Wis.-May 11, 2010-A new $4.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) completes a major milestone of Wisconsin’s BioAg Gateway, a center for cutting-edge, sustainable plant science research and commercialization, with the construction of the Midwest BioLink Commercialization and Business Center. “How well we move ideas out of the research lab and into the marketplace is vital to our economic competitiveness,” said U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development John Fernandez. “The Midwest BioLink Commercialization and ... market research, surveys and trends
Good-bye, Wisconsin? | Southwest Scooter News
Harley- Davidson has begun examining out-of-state locations as it moves deeper into the process of deciding whether to keep manufacturing in Wisconsin. Harley- Davidson spokesman Bob Klein said the Milwaukee, Wisconsin.-based motorcycle manufacturer would prefer to remain in Wisconsin but, nonetheless, has begun an “in-depth analysis” of alternate sites in the event the company isn’t able to achieve the necessary solutions needed to improve the efficiency and cost-competitiveness of its Wisconsin operations. “We are early in the process, but we are starting to do a deeper dive,” Klein said. Reportedly, Harley-Davidson management ... market research, surveys and trends

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Wisconsin Department of Commerce: International Office Network -
The Wisconsin Department of Commerce has contracted with trade representatives in several key markets that provide substantial opportunities for Wisconsin exporters. Wisconsin also has sister-state relationships in several countries around the world where you can find friends of Wisconsin interested in business, educational, and cultural exchanges. Click on a country or region below to learn more about one of our overseas offices or Wisconsin's sister-states around the world. In still other markets, the U.S. Department of Commerce can provide assistance to exporters. Click here * to access the Country Commercial ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Wisconsin Department of Commerce Programs
processes by providing a grant of up to 50 percent of the cost of training employees ... Wisconsin businesses whose annual sales are less than $25 million ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Board delays razing of Cambria building
CAMBRIA - Although a Wisconsin Department of Commerce official recommended that a complex of buildings in downtown Cambria be torn down as soon as possible, the Cambria Village Board has delayed ordering the structure's razing until an engineer can document whether the cost to make it habitable exceeds half of its value. In a special meeting Monday, the trustees tabled an order to tear down the attached buildings at 202, 204, 206 and 208 W. EdgewaterSt. - once a railroad hotel, built in the late 1880s, recently used mainly as an apartment complex that was home to about 22 people. In May, the village ordered the building - ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Do you need money for your business? Thrive has a list of sources that could help
The block that houses the historic Mautz Paint building, at East Washington Avenue and Paterson Street, is part of the East Washington Avenue corridor, an area seen as ripe for development. The Capital Connections Inventory compiled by Thrive, the economic development group for the eight-county area based in Madison, could help developers close funding gaps and move forward with projects, says Thrive’s Brad Elmer. Photo by Craig Schreiner/State Journal Looking for money to expand a business or start a new one? Maybe a Preserve America grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior, a loan from the American Sheep and Goat Center, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Wisconsin Department of Commerce: Safety and Buildings Division ...
The Safety and Building Division of the Wisconsin Department of Commerce provides services to the public through several dozen programs related to building construction, building systems, safety, health, and the environment. This includes administering licenses, registrations, and certifications for over 80,000 individuals and businesses. Division staff provide education, consultations, plan reviews, permits-to-operate, inspections, and code development. For specifics, see program pages .   Current code change activities // All code change projects - There will be a hearing on August 11, 2010, on proposals ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
WISCONSIN Mr. Roman A. Kaminski, Program Manager State of ...
State of Wisconsin Department of Commerce. Bureau of Program Development. 2715 Post Road. Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481. (715) 345-5334 ...
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Rides at Dane County Fair were inspected for safety as the Dane ...
Some of the thrill rides tower into the sky, but to get them from town to town, crews have to break the rides down to fit on trailers -- and experts said that's primarily where safety concerns come in. The Wisconsin Department of Commerce inspects the rides annually. Most of the rides at the Dane County Fair at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison actually got their inspection in Stoughton a few weeks ago. State inspectors specifically check the mechanical and support structures of each ride. "If it is a violation that is life-threatening, that ride would be immediately closed down and not available to the ...
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Former Executive Vice President, American Council Of Life Insurers & Acting Assistant Secretary(Tax Policy), U.S. Treasury Department David John, Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation Tim Kane, Director, Center for International Trade and Economics, Heritage Foundation Melissa Kearney, Assistant Professor Of Economics, University Of Maryland Anne Krueger, Professor At The Johns Hopkins School Of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) & Former First Deputy Managing Director, IMF Adam Lerrick, Visiting Scholar For The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) And Friends Of Allan H. Meltzer Professor Of Economics For Carnegie Mellon