March 2015

Loan Officer Position

RCEDC is seeking a dynamic, proactive, action-oriented professional to market the RCEDC/BLP loan programs with the goal of further growing the loan portfolio and processing business loan applications under the supervision of the Business Finance Manager and presenting them to the appropriate Committees for approval. Interested?  You can find the full job description by clicking here. Respond before Wednesday, April 8th. ... Read More

Village of Waterford Requests Proposals for Wayfinding Signage

The Village of Waterford is pleased to announce that residents and visitors will find it easier to find their way around the village with the addition of our new way finding signage to be installed throughout the village this summer.... Read More

Vista Dental to double Racine workforce

Inter-Med Inc., doing business as Vista Dental Products, plans to almost double its Racine workforce in the next three years and is lining up public assistance to buy a new building for its growth.... Read More

Pipes Down Under moves to Racine

The skimmer line of Bill Cosban’s in-ground swimming pool was leaking. And his technical mind refused to believe digging up the ground was the only way to repair the pipe. That thought later became the seed for Pipes Down Under, the pool repair kit company that Cosban started while living in Schaumburg, Illinois. He’s just finished relocating to the Racine area and moving his formerly home-based firm to the Racine Business Center, 1405 16th St.... Read More

Best Places for Women-Owned Businesses

Entrepreneur Elisabeth Saucier started Zaza Raw in 2011, after learning her children are allergic to gluten, soy and dairy. A trained chef, she had been cooking raw meals for her kids at home in Boulder, Colorado, and wanted to see if there was a commercial demand for the raw desserts her children loved.  Now, about 200 stores nationwide sell her raw, vegan, gluten-free and soy-free cheesecakes, brownies and chocolate ganache, including some Whole Foods Market locations. ...

Statewide initiative introduced to promote Wisconsin to young professionals

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is working with organizations in Wisconsin to help “attract and retain” young professionals.  The initiative is designed to showcase Wisconsin as a destination for millennials as well as to retain some of the talent currently in the state, Rebecca Deshane, legislative liaison for the WEDC, said. ...