This document, requested by the legislature, was made possible by the numerous state departments, industry representatives, community leaders, business owners and people of Wisconsin who took the time to provide their insights and experiences. The collaborative sharing of data, reports, surveys and stories among these partners provided a thorough understanding of the reality and perceptions on the ground in our communities and industries around the state.

Throughout the past several months, we connected to share ideas and identify solutions to help support Wisconsin residents, businesses, and the communities and civic organizations that serve them. The multitude of phone calls, webinars, discussion groups and communications connected the state together. A significant number of individuals and entities provided feedback and insights, which helped shape this report and will further help develop our economy

in the months and years to come. Additionally, these insights helped advocate for and establish effective financial supports at the local, state and federal level to provide needed assistance as we navigated an unprecedented time.

Although this report can only capture a snapshot in time and further monitoring will be required to fully understand and refine recommendations, several clear themes were identified that clearly have the potential to shape Wisconsin’s recovery. We would like to thank everyone that contributed to these efforts, and hope that you see yourselves reflected in this document and will join us in developing an economy for all in Wisconsin, starting tomorrow.

While we are thankful for all of the input we received from our partners around the state, any recommendations are ours alone, and should not be attributed to anyone who have been kind enough to share their time and thoughts with us during this process.

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