Wisconsin boasts a world-class university system as well as endless outdoor activities throughout all seasons making our home the 6th state in the 2016 Quality of Life list by Forbes. The bioscience industry in Wisconsin is one of the largest in the state generating a $27 billion economic output creating 105,000 direct and indirect/induced jobs with more than 1,600 bioscience companies.
Nestled on a narrow isthmus between two lakes our state capitol, Madison, has been recognized as a top place to live and grow your business. Madison is home to 5 area lakes, 200 biking and hiking trails, and has been voted one of the top 5 healthiest cities. In addition, Madison is a biohealth hub that is ever expanding making it the #3 city in the 2014 15 Best Cities for Young Adults list by Forbes.
Milwaukee, while still embracing its manufacturing and beer-brewing heritage, has been transitioning into a major Midwest attraction for tourists and corporations alike. Milwaukee was featured at #10 in lonelyplanet.com’s Best in the US list as well as making the cut by the Boston Globe in the 2016 Hot Places for Travel. It is also home to many powerhouse medical companies and is becoming a medical technology hub.
Wisconsin is much more than Madison and Milwaukee! Nestled amongst the natural beauty found throughout Wisconsin are manufacturing and technology hot spots that provide innovation and produce millions of products that are sent worldwide. Eau Claire, Hudson, and the surrounding areas are transforming into a technology hub for young professionals with close proximity to Minneapolis while Green Bay is a long-standing national treasure for sports fans that is just south of the quintessential vacation spot, Door County.