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Business, Start-Up & Entrepreneur

Local Community Navigators

Find your local community navigator below. Then reach out to your local community navigator for assistance identifying the most suitable business resources to meet your specific needs and type of business. Find help with writing a business plan to help finding various funding options to apply for, our local community navigators are here to help!

Langlade County
Angie Close, Executive Director & Community Navigator
Phone: 715-623-5123
Email: aclose@co.langlade.wi.us
Website: langladecountyedc.org

Vilas County
Marisue Drumm, Business Outreach Specialist & Community Navigator
Phone: 920-242-2444
Email: marisue@vilascountyedc.org
Website: vilascountyedc.org

Oneida County
Cindy Kelling, Community Navigator
Phone: 715-482-6404
Email: c.kelling@ocedc.org
Website: ocedc.org

Florence County
Phone: 715-528-3294
Email: Contact Us
Website: exploreflorencecounty.com

Grow North Regional Economic Development Corporation (Lincoln, Florence, Forest, Marinette, and Oconto Counties)
Brittany Beyer, Executive Director
Phone: 715-365-4468
Email: info@grownorth.org

Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corporation
Phone: 715-388-0502
Email: info@ldfbdc.com
Website: ldfbdc.com

Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc.
Carolyn LaVake, Program Director & Community Navigator
Phone: 715-588-3324 Ext. 160 or 715-588-1060
Email: clavake55@outlook.com
website: glitc.org

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