Local Business News
ACUITY, Sheboygan South High School, and Lakeland College have announced a partnership that will provide South students the chance to position themselves for careers in computer science, while helping make college more affordable.
A popular food cart is getting a more permanent home in downtown Sheboygan.
To say people are happy to see a new restaurant in the old Brisco County building is an understatement.
Every small-business owner needs to know some numbers — total revenue, profit margin, cost of goods and the like. But there are other numbers that, as we start 2015, every entrepreneur needs to know to stay competitive and succeed.
Sheboygan-based property and casualty insurer Acuity has reported it wrote a record $220 million in new business in 2014, driven by $154 million in new commercial premiums.
The old Sunnyside Mall is on track to become Hmong City Mall as early as this spring.
Sheboygan emerged from the great recession with a aplomb in 2014. Businesses announced expansions, buildings were being built or added onto, hiring was brisk, if qualified employees could be found, and many companies are looking forward to 2015 with optimism.
Work continues on a neighborhood improvement project that will bring new homes to Sheboygan. The Gateway Neighborhood Project is a collaborative effort by the City of Sheboygan and Habitat for Humanity-Lakeside, taking down 14 homes on the 1000 block of Erie Avenue to make room for six new homes.
David Sanderson joined Blue Harbor Resort, Sheboygan, in spring 2011, not long after the property was sold for $4.2 million by Great Wolf Resorts Inc. to independent owners Claremont New Frontier Resort LLC. Insight Co-Publisher and Executive Editor Margaret LeBrun sat down with Sanderson before the New North Summit was to be held at the resort to talk about how he helped make the business profitable.
The city’s planned summer concert series just got a much needed boost.