Oneida County, Wisconsin is more than just a business location - we're a lifestyle choice! Escape the traffic jams and rat race of city life. Our experience with traffic jams is waiting for a flock of turkeys or a fawn following its mother to cross the road. We'll frequently pull over to admire the eagle's nest or a brilliant sunset. While our workdays are busy, we are still able to schedule time to enjoy the 1,100 lakes and streams offering fishing, boating and family fun. Our pristine forests and public lands offer miles of hunting, hiking and biking.
The Oneida County Economic Development Corporation is here to serve you! Our professional staff and board of directors are committed to our businesses and industries, and offer a variety of services to ensure your business may expand or relocate right here in Oneida County.
Oneida County Economic Development Corporation is a private/public partnership between business and government. We facilitate new business growth and assist businesses here in their expansions.
Best of all, the change of pace in Oneida County, Wisconsin doesn't mean we lack the business necessities. Contact us today to learn why Oldenburg, Printpack, Ponsse, Experra, Nimsgern Steel, Cole Publishing, Advanced Barrier Extrusions, Superior Diesel, NEX, Foster and Smith, Laser Pro, Red Arrow and other industry leaders are located right here in Oneida County, Wisconsin!
Fab Labs have the most modern manufacturing equipment. Students will learn to use the same tools that businesses use. The lab manager thinks that will help students from Three Lakes get better jobs.
In May 2014 the board discussed changing the meeting times from weekday mornings to late afternoon or evenings.
The board wanted to find out if more people would go to meetings if times changed, so they had Oneida County's UW Extension conduct a survey of people living in the county.
Oneida County Economic Development Corporation (OCEDC) is a private non-profit corporation that depends, in part, on financial contributions from private companies like yours who support economic development growth in Oneida County. The involvement of these partners helps shape the future of this area. Our public partners recognize that successful economic development efforts require a broad participation and investment from the community in the form of an organized public/private partnership.
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At a quarry, outside a village, worked twenty stone cutters supervised by a foreman. The foreman shouted at and abused them all day, forcing them...
Community Education classes are in full swing! Please check out the many offerings on the School District of Rhinelander website!
Build the business of your future from idea ...to launch...to sustainability. Register today to attend one of these FREE Pathways to Entrepreneurship Workshops Sat., 9/20/14: 9-11 am in Rhinelander at Nicolet College, Northwoods Center Mon., 9/22/14: 6-8 pm at the Crandon Public Library - Lower Level Build the business of your future from idea ...to launch...to sustainability! Do you have an idea for a business? Do you have a business plan? Are you frustrated operating a small business and need help? Find answers to your questions and get connected to the people and resources that can help you succeed. Whether you have a start-up idea or want to take your existing business to the next level, you will benefit from this information-packed session. Call 715-365-4905 or 800-544-3039 ext. 4905 to register. http://nicoletcollege.edu/pdfs/continueeducation/pathways_entrepreneurship.pdf
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Fab Lab Debuts in Three Lakes
Three Lakes School is now home to a Fab Lab. It's an educational workshop developed by MIT...that brings high-tech manufacturing and design techniques into
School Report Cards Give Northwoods Solid Marks
Most public schools are meeting or going beyond state expectations in the Northwoods. School report cards released each September look at how students are
Check out the photos from our recent Rhinelander Area Ambassador Club greetings. Welcome these businesses to town by visiting them soon!