With low unemployment and strong year-on-year growth, the city of Milwaukee is truly one of the US’ post-recession success stories. With power having shifted from its traditional coastal strongholds in the decade following the crash, cities like Milwaukee have driven the national economic recovery. The state of Wisconsin, overall, has benefitted from this too, with Governor Scott Walker declaring in early 2017 that the state’s economy was “in the best shape it’s been since the year 2000”.
In practical terms, Milwaukee’s economic growth can be seen in the breadth and stature of its local businesses. Household names Harley-Davidson, Manpower Group and GE Healthcare all have major headquarters in the city, while Milwaukee’s biggest employers include BMO Harris and AT&T. What’s more, the city is geographically well-positioned, with easy access to the northern states and Canada, the Midwest and the East Coast.
With a prestigious location and excellent rates, Third Ward offers a virtual office location and business address from which to get your operation up and running. Alternatively, the Waukesha Business Center is also well worth a look.
For more options, look to our business centres in Milwaukee for hassle free, bookable meeting rooms. Our co-working spaces in Milwaukee allow for those with flexible needs to collaborate with a like minded cohort.If you need a new permanent home in Milwaukee, Regus serviced offices are personalisable and available to rent with all inclusive pricing.