Sunday, November 13, 2011

Unified economic development strategy urged

By Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel

The Milwaukee area has several public and private groups doing good work to help businesses grow, but lacks a unified economic development strategy that would improve those efforts, a new report says.

As a result, there are conflicts between groups that focus on drawing larger companies to southeastern Wisconsin, and other groups that support local start-up businesses.

Those are among the conclusions in the report issued by the Public Policy Forum, a nonpartisan research group that focuses on Milwaukee-area issues. More here.

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