By Lisa Johnson, vice president of Entrepreneurship and Innovation for the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)

Wisconsin, businesses and supporting organizations are working together
to provide an intellectual network that advances industry innovation.
The state has invested to become a global leader in several high-tech
industries, including information technology, health care and water
technology. Our statewide network offers entrepreneurial support
services within these industries, and more and more entrepreneurs are
taking advantage of these resources to help their companies launch and
thrive. In fact, areas in the state are drawing attention for high-tech
job growth. Forbes Magazine recently ranked Madison, Wis., fifth on the 2014 list of “Cities Creating the Most Information Technology Jobs.”

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