Kenosha County Economic Development

Ariens has chosen the Village of Somers for the site of its new Midwest Distribution Center

Wisconsin manufacturer Ariens Company has signed a lease for a 600,000-square-foot building in the Village of Somers for the site […]

Colbert Packaging Corporation to Establish Operations in Kenosha

Manufacturer expected to bring more than 100 new jobs to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation […]

United Hospital System in Kenosha to become Froedtert under new agreement

United Hospital System in Kenosha will change its name to Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin in a planned […]

Pleasant Prairie buys land to lure more jobs over Wisconsin border

The Village of Pleasant Prairie in nearby Kenosha County was preparing to close Monday on its $37.5 million purchase of […]

New corporate park is born as Pleasant Prairie finalizes TIF

Pleasant Prairie has completed the creation of the new Prairie Highlands Corporate Park. Last week, the Joint Review Board approved […]

Newly attracted companies give back to Kenosha community

It’s no secret the Kenosha Area Business Alliance is on a roll. With help from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., […]

German candy maker Haribo selects Kenosha County for first North American manufacturing facility

March 23, 2017 Operation will be one of the largest U.S. manufacturing sites in the confectionary industry Governor Scott Walker […]

A new report by the Tax Foundation ranks WI #3 for best-funded pension system in US, best in the Midwest

According to preliminary 2015 data, state and local pension debt now exceeds a combined $1.5 trillion. Strong returns on investment […]

Wisconsin in the Top 10 Best States for Business for the First Time Ever in Chief Executive Magazine Ranking

Wisconsin moved into the top 10 best states for business for the first time ever, Chief Executive Magazine recently announced. […]