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Business Incubators

Create and grow your business with support and services from these Northeast Wisconsin business incubators:

NWTC Artisan and Business Center logoAre you interested in turning your artistic skills into a business or growing your current art business? NWTC's Artisan and Business Center, located in downtown Green Bay, is a fully equipped facility featuring four large studios, multipurpose space and classrooms.

The Artisan and Business Center provides classes for anyone wanting to learn about the arts as well as providing business coaching and support for aspiring entrepreneurs and growing n​ew businesses.

For more information, call 920-544-5018 or stop in and see us at 1417 Cedar Street, Green Bay, WI 54​302.

 

Woodland Kitchen Incubator - Aurora, Wis. 

NWTC Woodland Kitchen logoDo you have a special recipe or food product that you would like to process and sell to the public? NWTC's Woodland Kitchen and Business Incubator, located in Aurora, Wis., is a licensed and inspected, fully-equipped commercial kitchen. The Woodland Kitchen is available to area restaurants, caterers, and aspiring entrepreneurs. Users pay an hourly fee.

The Woodland Kitchen facility also provides business support for entrepreneurs through business plan writing, product labeling, packaging, marketing, and distribution.

For more information, contact Sally Miller at the NWTC Niagara Area Regional Learning Center, sally.miller@nwtc.edu or 866-528-5883.

 

Startup Hub

The Startup Hub business incubator is your one-stop-shop for starting oAdvance Economic Development logor growing your own business. It's so much more than shop space or office space - it's an incubator. A program specifically designed to successfully develop start-ups and small businesses. Our incubator offers free mentoring from onsite partners like SCORE, NWTC
Small Business Initiative and the UWGB Small Business Development Center. Plus the center offers flexible leases,
a professional setting for your business, and even access to the Advance Brown County MicroLoan Program.

There are many reasons that 87 percent of incubator graduates succeed and 70 percent of small startup businesses outside incubators fail in the first three years. Since 1987, the Startup Hub has helped more than 244 people get their businesses up, moving and succeeding.

For more information, contact Ron Franklin, Startup Hub manager, 920-496-9010 or rfranklin@greatergbc.org.
 

 

Learning and Innovation Center in Sister Bay in Partnership with Nicolet National Bank

Designed with Northern Door County community members and businesses in mind, the Learning and Innovation Center will support job creation and existing businesses in the area through training and business development resources. Community members can use the space for community meetings, classes, training, and more.  

In addition to the classrooms, a computer lab, and space for community meetings, there is a processing kitchen for individuals to develop food products. This kitchen meets the state requirements for food processing. 

For more information, call 920-746-4970 or sisterbay@nwtc.edu.
 

Door County Business Development Center

New and expanding businesses find an enthusiastic, nurturing partner at the Door County Business Development Center, a small business incubator located in Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park. Tenants pay competitive rents and share services and equipment which allow them to keep overhead costs low and get off to a strong start in business.

For more information, contact Paula Sullivan, DCEDC operations manager, 920-743-3113, ext. 202, orpaula@doorcountybusiness.com.

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