Ready to take the next big step towards growing your business?
A Business Accelerator program might be the perfect fit for you!
FOOD TECHNOLOGY: CENTER FOR DAIRY RESEARCH TURBO PROGRAM
Successfully navigating the food technology space can be difficult, which is why the Center for Dairy Research (CDR) started the TURBO program (Tech Transfer, University Research and Business Opportunity), a fee-for-service Business Accelerator designed to connect food companies with the resources they need to succeed.
SECOND STAGE COMPANIES: GROWTH MANAGEMENT ACADEMY
The Growth Management Academy program helps business accelerate their growth through practical business education, a custom action plan and a network of advisers and peers.
Funding and Tax Programs
OTHER FUNDING RESOURCES
- The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) provides loan guarantees of bank loans to small businesses. The SBA also offers the 504 Debenture Program, which provides long-term, fixed-rate loans for owner-occupied business real estate purchases or construction and equipment purchases. The 504 Debenture Program will finance as much as 40% of the project cost. The bank and the borrower provide the remaining 60%. Local providers of the 504 Debenture are Wisconsin Business Development and Business Lending Partners.
- The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) makes investments in companies that are expanding operations in Wisconsin. Specifically, WEDC will invest in companies that retain or create family-supporting jobs in the state of Wisconsin.
- The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Association provides small business resources throughout the state, including the Capital Access Program.