The Institute for Business & Entrepreneurship’s five distinct programs work together to bring success to Wisconsin’s innovative small businesses owners. Through an extensive statewide network, the Institute provides access to resources, funding and partners to help strengthen Wisconsin’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
New businesses created since 2016
Jobs created and retained since 2016
Funds obtained & invested by clients with Institute assistance since 2016
No one can do it all, so the SBDC is an amazing free resource.
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Talent Generator: Making internship programs easier
This month, the University of Wisconsin System and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) have introduced the Talent Ge…Read More
Wikenheiser joins Waukesha County Center for Growth Board of Directors
Bon Wikenheiser has joined the Waukesha County Center for Growth (WCCG) Board of Directors.Read More
Sari Kimbell: Encouraging Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Better Tasting Food
Sari Kimbell has made supporting and transforming the local food movement her life’s work. Read More
TAHPI: Investing in firefighter fitness
Luis Rivera hates the word “disruptive.” Admittedly, however, that’s exactly what he’s trying to be.Read More
Capital Invested in Rural Clients since 2016
Companies with some Female Ownership
In Rural Client Assistance since 2016
Wisconsin SBDC celebrates #SBDCDay and helping clients secure $28.8 million in COVID-19 relief
In 2020, the Wisconsin Small Business Development (SBDC) Network helped clients impacted by COVID-19 receive $21.1 million in federal aid and $7.7 million in state aid. For that reason and many more, SBDC Day will take on extra significance in 2021. Read More
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