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State offering no-interest loans to Kenosha businesses damaged during riots

09.01.20

Business owners trying to recover from damage that occurred during riots last week will get help from the state through […]

U.S. Department of Commerce invests $4 million in CARES Act funding to capitalize revolving loan fund to help small businesses in Wisconsin respond to coronavirus

09.01.20

Today, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $4 million […]

On the Job Heather Wessling Grosz of KABA

08.30.20

The non-profit Kenosha Area Business Alliance is a leading economic development organization in southeastern Wisconsin. Led by president Todd Battle, […]

Organizations, companies spring into action to help Kenosha amid unrest

08.27.20

Since Sunday, several institutions and companies in the Kenosha area have been offering support to small businesses and residents impacted […]

Kenosha reviews two more spec buildings totaling 1.7 million square feet

08.18.20

Two developments are pending in Kenosha that could bring a combined 1.72 million square feet of new speculative industrial space. […]

Produce company plans to go forward at former Dairyland site

07.07.20

wners of a longtime wholesale produce firm in Kenosha will be able to move forward with plans to relocate on […]

Recipients of the Kenosha COVID-19 Small Business Recovery Fund Announced

07.02.20

The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA), in conjunction with the City of Kenosha, is excited to announce the recipients of […]

IRIS USA, United Way, KABA team up to provide discounted masks for the community

07.02.20

IRIS USA is providing 10,000 masks to the United Way of Kenosha County to be sold to Kenosha County organizations […]

Coming off a strong year, KABA says county ‘well positioned’

07.02.20

Kenosha County’s 2019 economic investment and job growth kept pace with that of previous years, but local companies now face […]