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The best Wisconsin cities to open a business in

On Behalf of | Aug 29, 2016 | Business Law |

If you are looking to start a business in Wisconsin one of the key factors you should consider is location. One of the more obvious factors when choosing location depends on whom or what your business caters too. However, it’s also a great idea to look at the growth trends of the communities you are considering, as this can have a big influence on the long-term success of your business.. We have composed a list of a few of Wisconsin’s growing cities that could hold great potential for starting a new business.

First on the list is the Green Bay area city of Ashwaubenon, WI. With a 3.6 million average revenue per business and a population of about 17,050 this smaller community is holding its own when it comes to business potential. The village of Ashwaubenon welcomes and wants your business. You can conveniently find the best place to set up shop by visiting their website. This small town with a big business appeal may be the perfect place to settle in.

Our second choice on our list is a major city in Wisconsin, Waukesha. Waukesha is a very active city with tons of parks and outdoor activities, great bars and restaurants. With a population of 70,775 the average business revenue is 4.9 million. You may want to establish your business in this gem of a city, before the rest of the world finds out about it.

The third city on our list has one of the highest city populations in Wisconsin and is where you can find our firm. Wauwatosa, WI has a population of 46,661 and averages 2.0 million dollars in revenue per business. This city’s room for growth is off the charts, and it’s wholesome, small-town feel leaves it ready for something new and innovative to hit the market.

If you are looking to open a new business in the greater areas of Milwaukee, Waukesha or Wauwatosa, call us today to talk to one of our experienced business attorneys (414) 259-9300, we will take the time to make sure all your start up business affairs are in order.