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    Wedc all staff ppt bid   v 6 0 dj 6 6-12 Wedc all staff ppt bid v 6 0 dj 6 6-12 Presentation Transcript

    • Division of Business &Industry Development
    • WEDC Mission Statement As the State of Wisconsin’s lead economic development organization, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) nurtures business growth and job creation in Wisconsin by providing resources, technicalsupport, and financial assistance to companies, partners and the communities they serve.
    • WEDC Organization Board of CEO & Directors Secretary’s Office Business & Economic & Finance & Entrepreneurship International Industry Community MarketingAdministration & Innovation Development Development Development• Provide WEDC • R&D & investment • Advance • Enable high • Increase • Promote with the tools, capital targeted, high- performing economic Wisconsin Wisconsin as a technology, and growth development network exports business-friendly support to meet • Effective business location strategic goals entrepreneurship consortia and • Invests in high quality • Increase foreign and operational support network industry job creation and investment • Advance advantage sectors attraction business-growth- opportunities • Expand export supporting capacity policies
    • Business & Industry Development Mission Statement Leveraging industry leadership toaccelerate growth and high quality jobs by advancing targeted, high impact initiatives in Wisconsin.
    • GoalsEngage: 25 High-value opportunitiesAdvance: 7 Priority InvestmentsAssist: 200 Unique WI businesses via targeted industry supportAchieve: 3:1 minimum overall investment leverage ratioPromote: Workforce development and alignment
    • General Qualifying Criteria for InvestmentIndustry-Led SustainableHigh Job High ReturnCreationHigh Economic Low ManagedImpact Risk
    • Engagement CriteriaAggregate Impact (State, Region, Local)Percent of State EmploymentGeographic Distribution and Density (Location Quotient)Sector Growth MomentumPercent of State GDPDriver Industry/Connectivity to other sectorsConfers Unique Competitive Advantage / Competitive Urgency
    • Specific Investment CriteriaDiscrete organization, single Key priorities identity Currently available fundingCore leadership: specific roles, titles, and Future or pending funding, responsibilities what and whenFormal charter Formal partnershipsStrategic plan Operating plan for at least the current fiscal/calendar year
    • Account Opportunity ProjectManagement Management Management Lead Opportunity Project 1 1 • Reporting • RFP Account • Contract/MOU Project 2 • RFI • Reporting Opportunity 2 • RFP Project 1 • Contract/MOU • Reporting
    • Sector Manager AssignmentsSector Sectors ContactManager InformationShelly Harkins Manufacturing Defense
    • Sector Manager AssignmentsSector Sectors ContactManager InformationKathy Heady Transportation Energy
    • Sector Manager AssignmentsSector Sectors ContactManager InformationLuke Fuszard Financial Services
    • Sector Manager AssignmentsSector Sectors ContactManager InformationGail MacAskill Healthcare Leisure/Hospitality Recreation Arts Aerospace
    • Sector Manager AssignmentsSector Sectors ContactManager InformationSeyoum Mengesha Minority Business Development
    • Sector Manager AssignmentsSector Sectors ContactManager InformationCate Rahmlow Water Technologies Dairy & Food Manufacturing Agriculture Forest Products & Paper
    • Business & Industry Contact InformationLee Swindall Vice President 608.210.6700Dani Jones Project Coordinator danielle.jones@wedc.orgBob Pope Research Analyst
    • Q&A