Grow North Quarterly Membership Meeting will be held in Tomahawk
Grow North Regional Economic Development Corporation’s Quarterly Meeting of the General Membership will be held Friday, Sept. 6 at Treehaven College of Natural Resources in Tomahawk. Please join us to hear from our special guest Secretary Richard Chandler, Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
Wisconsin has taken steps to dramatically improve the state’s tax and business climate. Secretary Chandler will highlight the middle-class income tax reductions adopted in the 2013 budget and the state’s pro-jobs tax incentives, including the new manufacturing and agriculture tax credit and expanded incentives for investments in Wisconsin companies. He will also talk about property tax relief, describe the state’s ongoing job creation initiatives and discuss recent Department of Revenue reports on the state’s economy.
Interested members and guests are invited to attend. The meeting will begin at 9:00 A.M. and conclude no later than 10:30 AM and will include continental breakfast. All attendees are required to register by emailing WorkforceDevelopment@nicoletcollege.edu.
Grow North Regional Economic Development Corporation was created in 2004 to foster cooperation among economic development partners and foster economic growth in Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marinette, Oconto, Oneida and Vilas counties.
Grow North is a non-profit organization that exists to create, sustain and promote an environment conducive to regional economic development and prosperity. Grow North’s partners include private-sector businesses, regional service providers, educational institutions, local economic development organizations and others interested in supporting the mission.
Grow North is a membership driven organization comprised mainly of private-sector businesses throughout the eight county region. Members recognize the importance and value of collaboration to ensure that the Grow North region remains competitive in the global economy. Members determine the actions of the organization, and the primary source of funding is the annual dues paid by each of its members. Annual Dues range from $100 – $2000 per entity, and entitle each paying member entity to one vote at the Annual Meeting and one vote on all issues that come before the corporation at regular membership meetings.
Membership helps support the mission of growing the Northwood’s economy and ensuring that the region is able to sustain vibrant businesses and communities.
For more information, visit their website at www.grownorth.org.