When Wisconsin’s Partnership for a Stronger Economy held its first meeting on November 18 at the State Capitol, the very first speaker was Tim Donohue, Director of the Great Lakes Bioenergy Center and Professor of Bacteriology. The group discussed the purpose and structure of the partnership, capital formation, entrepreneurial development, community economic development ideas, regulatory issues, tax structure and targeted tax incentives and other ideas to help Wisconsin businesses grow and expand. Video and audio recordings of the meeting are available at www.wiseye.org/wisEye_programming/ARCHIVES-meetings.html.This entry was posted in People and Departments by . Bookmark the permalink.
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