Where Economic Vitality
Meets Quality of Life
PCBC’s priorities for our members and the community are
retention and attraction of businesses and employees..
Listening to the important priorities from
members and engaging change.
Sharing member, community, regional and statewide resources
to enhance our partnerships.
A creative economy and entrepreneurial culture
supported by a vibrant work ethic.
Taking the initiative for positive, proactive opportunities.
Connecting member employees and
promoting the interaction of those networks.
Teamwork with business, education, government,
visitors, arts and our citizens.
Stevens Point has been nationally recognized by LendEDU for having one of the highest percentages of solar-powered homes in Wisconsin and the country. Cities were ranked according to their percentage (continued).
The best way to strengthen our local economies and create local jobs is by keeping our money local. That means shopping locally, eating locally, and yes, generating our energy locally.
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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.
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