Wed, 19 June 2013
Wisconsin has key industries driving its economy, and requires strategies to leverage growth. Lee Swindall, with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, and John Brandt with the Manufacturing Performance Institute, unveiled the results of the Wisconsin Economic Future Study at Rotary. The study compares changes in Wisconsin key industries to a report done in 2005. This study lays the groundwork for public and private strategies to improve the state’s performance by focusing on the driver industries that are the most competitive and have the greatest potential for national and global prominence.
View the slides used at the luncheon and other supporting materials at the Wisconsin Economic Future Study website.
Direct download: Rotary_6.18.13_-_Lee_Swindall_and_John_Brandt_-_Wisconsin_Economic_Future_Study.mp3
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