Wisconsin offers opportunities for manufacturing companies and has opened up new possibilities in technology, service, medicine and tourism activities. A third of all businesses, including a high number of Fortune 500 companies, have seen the benefit of being based in Milwaukee and other locations along the shores of the Great Lakes. The capital, Madison, is an academic hub, while tourism has flourished throughout the state, with attractions including many festivals, lakes and rivers. All Major cities and towns are well connected by interstate highways, and Milwaukee’s airport gives access to markets across the US and Canada. Port facilities on Lake Michigan provide further trading opportunities. Wisconsin is home to several of our prime offices and meeting rooms. They are located in city centers, class-A office parks and central business districts from Milwaukee to Middleton. All our business centers have office space that’s fully furnished and ready to use within 24 hours and meeting, training or conference rooms that can be configured to whatever layout you wish. Mobile workers, whether from corporate or small business backgrounds or home workers, can find a professional environment in which to make calls, send emails and meet clients at our business lounges – available at most centers. Administrative staff are on hand to support you at every center.