Portage County Business Council delivers results – results to the economy through our economic development efforts, and results to area businesses through our Chamber of Commerce.
The Portage County Business Council works with local municipalities and state agencies to promote business development in our area and smooth the way for businesses expanding or relocating to Portage County. The Business Council promotes the Portage County community by featuring available properties, resources and news of interest to potential and growing businesses.
Assistance is just a phone call away. The PCBC serves as a key contact for economic development information and referrals.
A federal grant of nearly $500,000 will help University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point researchers work with the vegetable crop industry to explore commercial uses for crop residue. http://www.stevenspointjournal.com/story/news/education/2016/02/11/uwsp-receives-500k-grant-crop-research/80228662/
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin, co-chair of the Senate Career and Technical Education (CTE) Caucus, joined Wisconsin higher education and business leaders throughout the day today to highlight the importance of (continued).
New solar and wind energy farms added a whopping 68 percent of new power generation capacity in the United States last year, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance. (continued).
Well, it’s not just that the cream always rises to the top, it’s that our workforce development efforts produce the cream of the crop.
You like to recreate, be outdoors all four seasons, be with friends, you like fall colors and colorful people, good food and craft beverages, oh and yes, you like to work with talented people. You can do all of that and more in Portage County, the one place you can choose your you. Portage County, has been making appearance after appearance on national lists of America’s best cities. With small-town appeal and college-town sophistication, Portage County is the place to be.