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September 17th, 2007
NanoRite, a $5 million center designed to house and advance business ventures in the ultrasmall, opened August 24, 2007 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Bill Ihlenfeldt, president of Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) and leader of the effort to build the center, said it will "be a catalyst for substantial economic growth."
Wisconsin Secretary of Commerce Mary Burke said NanoRite will serve the entire state. "It's going to move Wisconsin forward." She said Wisconsin has stemmed the loss of manufacturing jobs and has grown exports 50 percent faster than nation in general -- and she attributes both trends to Wisconsin's emphasis on education. The Center will serve as an incubator and abuts the CVTC manufacturing campus on Alpine Road.
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