Business Opportunities

Office Property and Rentals

Check out listings for commercial property for sale and business space for rent or lease.

Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC)

The SCEDC, a countywide private/public partnership, leads economic development efforts to improve the economic well-being and long-term prosperity of the businesses, residents, and communities of Sheboygan County. The SCEDC offices opened January 2010.The SCEDC website contains information regarding financial resources, workforce statistics, available sites and buildings, business and industrial parks, entrepreneur resources, and municipal profiles. It will help connect Sheboygan County to a world-wide audience, and serves as a portal for economic development promotion and business resources provided by the SCEDC. Subscribe online to receive the SCEDC newsletter, or call (920) 452-2479.

Top 100 Employers in Sheboygan County

WPPI Energy "New Construction Design Assistance Program"

This program, sponsored by WPPI Energy, provides financial incentives and technical assistance to encourage building owners, developers, architects and engineers to design and construct high-performance buildings. It is available at no charge for any non-residential new construction or major renovation project. If you have questions, please call Ben Dickson at (608) 834-4500 or Frank Barth at (920) 573-0155. Learn more.

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Historic Downtown Plymouth Offers Great Opportunities

Downtown Plymouth has a wonderful variety of businesses including: Shopping, Dining, Entertainment and Professional Services. Established in the late 1800s, downtown Plymouth is filled with historic charm and offers shoppers everything they desire from antiques, gifts, artwork, books and more!

Shopkeepers provide friendly, personal service that makes small-town shopping a true pleasure. The downtown is a destination for a variety of dining options, shopping, the Plymouth Arts Center and the Plymouth Historical Society Museum.

Beautiful flower pots line the streets in the summer; classic Christmas decorations bring the holiday spirit during the festive season. We have 24 outdoor murals painted on area business buildings. Each mural captures the nostalgia and historic significance of Plymouth's rich business history.

View Historic Downtown Plymouth Antique/Specialty Shops & Dining Guide

Better Business Bureau

Need to check on business/company or file a complaint? Simply contact the Better Business Bureau (BBB) or Wisconsin Consumer Protection. BBB is a non-profit organization that provides free information about businesses to consumers, as well as scam alerts, tips, and help with complaint resolution.

Revolving Loan

The City of Plymouth's Revolving Loan Fund program provides low interest loans, equity capital, and selected grants for proposed projects to assist businesses and industries to locate, maintain and /or expand existing operations. The Revolving Loan fund money is meant to serve as a secondary role to private capital sources in completing the necessary financing for the proposed projects. Learn more.

Want to Start a Business in Plymouth? Call the E-Team

E-Team The "E" stands for Entrepreneur – and as a community, we want to shorten the distance and time between your entrepreneurial ideas, desires, dreams, and needs, and hasten the fruitful development of your business.

When you call the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce and request an E-Team meeting, we will set up a time (usually within two weeks) so that you can meet confidentially with local experts to talk about your business, and whatever you think your business needs are now and in the future.

It's like having your own advisory board. But better still, those around the table know the competition, the history and demographics of what works here and what doesn't, will serve as an exceptional sounding board for you, and will make recommendations and suggestions designed to jump-start your business.

The E-Team will act as a source of stimulation and ideas; they will offer objective opinions and perspectives about industry trends, as well as marketing and financial strategies. And it's all free.

Our whole purpose in existence is to encourage your success as a thriving business here in the greater Plymouth area.

To schedule an E-Team gathering, call Mary at the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce 1-888-693-8263 (Toll-Free).

Lakeshore Technical College - Small Business Seminars

Gain timely tips and valuable information to better manage your business and improve its potential. LTC's Center for Entrepreneurship is offering a series of Small Business Seminars. Classes include such titles as, "Online Banking & Investing", "Lean Office Overview" and "Successful Franchising" to name a few. For questions or detailed information, call or email Ruth at (920) 693-1167.

Other Business Contacts

Wisconsin Business Services
Center of Entrepreneurship - LTC
Financial Institutions
Real Estate
Office Rentals
Small Business Administration

Entrepreneur Websites

Mini-business plan create online
Wisconsin's Entrepreneurs' Network
Entrepreneur.com

Innovative Marketing

The Growth Equation

Industrial Development Corporation

Mel Blanke
114 E Mill St
PO Box 256
Plymouth WI 53073
(920) 892-4451
Fax: (920) 892-4813

Revolving Loan Program

Mel Blanke
114 E Mill St
PO Box 256
Plymouth WI 53073
(920) 892-4451
Fax: (920) 892-4813
Website

Plymouth City Hall

128 Smith Street
P.O. Box 218
Plymouth WI,53073
(920) 893-1271
Fax: (920) 893-0183
Website