Work Started on the Foxconn Site in Mount Pleasant

Foxconn Technology Group, the world’s largest electronics manufacturing services provider, has started site work for its manufacturing campus in Racine County.

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World Water Hub

Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is home to The Water Council, a global center of excellence in water technologies, education and research.

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A Great City for Startups

Inc. has named Milwaukee one of its "Unexpected Places that are Actually Amazing for Startups".

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Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum has been named a "New Wonder of the World" and "One of the Five Most Important Buildings of the 21st Century".

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WELCOME TO MILWAUKEE U.S.A.

Centrally located on the North American continent in the Midwest U.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin is one of America’s leading manufacturing regions. The Milwaukee Region boasts a rich history of innovation and is an internationally recognized center of precision manufacturing, water technologies, food and beverage manufacturing, and energy, power and controls. Financial services, IT, insurance and medical technologies are other leading industry sectors.

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15
Fortune 500 & 1000 Companies
2,200
Annual Engineering Graduates from Milwaukee Area Universities
160K
Manufacturing Workers (2nd Highest in the U.S. per Capita)
7th
Most Exciting City in America, ranked by Movoto

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Latest News

Italian manufacturer to open first North American plant in Milwaukee

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Italian die casting manufacturer, Bruschi SPA is launching its North American operations on the northwest side of Milwaukee at 8050 N. Granville Woods Road.

MKE Tech Hub Coalition hits the ground running with free incubator FOR-M

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

FOR-M, a free incubator that's part of the recently activated MKE Tech Hub Coalition, is being used to strengthen Milwaukee's tech supply chain of talent, startup companies and idea generation.

New tool tracks Milwaukee's progress, or lack of it, toward a knowledge-based economy

Friday, October 11, 2019

The Wisconsin Policy Forum, a widely respected nonpartisan research organization, is going digital with its analysis of Milwaukee’s progress toward a knowledge-based economy.

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Leading Industries

Manufacturing Water Technologies Energy, Power & Controls
Food & Beverage Manufacturing Finance & Insurance Medical Technology
Information Technology Corporate Headquarters Consumer Products

Success Stories

Komatsu plans $285M headquarters and manufacturing campus in Milwaukee's harbor district

Komatsu Mining Corp. plans to build a new $285 million state-of-the-art headquarters and manufacturing campus in Milwaukee - a project with the potential to create more than 600 jobs.
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LIVING & WORKING HERE

Milwaukee is famous for its lakefront festivals, including Summerfest, the world's largest music festival.

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