The Foundation’s mission is to provide business and economics education, promote the value of the free enterprise system and ensure a high quality of life for our citizens.
The Future Wisconsin Project addresses our state’s long-term systemic, economic challenges. With partner representation from business, government and
education, this program seeks to bring all stakeholders of the economy to the table to develop solutions we can all implement. The year-long collaboration culminates with The Future Wisconsin Summit, held at the end of each year.
Wisconsin Business World is committed to reach, inspire and engage students from every corner of the state and to teach them the importance of business, entrepreneurship and the free market, all while informing them of economic opportunities in their own communities. Whether in our immersive overnight summer camps, our engaging one-day programs or our motivational classroom talks, our message is simple: Business is a Force for Good.
WMC Foundation’s Future Wisconsin Project released its “Wisconsin 2035” report to detail the challenges facing Wisconsin’s business community and propose potential solutions for long-term economic growth. The new publication identifies the workforce shortage as the biggest problem facing Wisconsin’s business community. The workforce shortage must be tackled in three ways: attraction, retention and expansion.