Randy Spaulding’s "dream come
true" could earn up to $150,000 in state Technology Zone tax
credits if it reaches benchmarks in job creation and internal
At a launch reception Friday for Spaulding Clinical Research -
former Mortara executive Spaulding’s upstart Phase I cardiac
testing facility on South Silverbrook Drive - Wisconsin Deputy
Secretary of Commerce Aaron Olver announced the state was kicking in
the credits, available to new or expanding high-level technology
The certifications last three years, according to the Department
of Commerce’s Web site.
The Technology Zone program focuses primarily on businesses
engaged in research, development or the manufacture of advanced
products or materials used in several fields.
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