Deputy Executive Jeff Flynt
(Brown County, Wis.) – Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach is pleased to welcome Foxconn to Northeast Wisconsin as the global technology firm expands its new Wisconn Valley Innovation Network.
“It’s great to see a global technology company invest in Northeast Wisconsin,” says Streckenbach. “Foxconn recognizes the growth Brown County has demonstrated in its infrastructure as an area that supports industry and innovation thanks to our fiber network, the STEM Innovation Center and engineering school at UWGB. The hundreds of jobs that this venture will create follows the vision our community’s leaders have talked about, as the pipeline of high-quality careers and innovation truly takes shape.”
According to a press release from Foxconn, more than 200 employees are expected to work at the center, where they will focus on developing applications for AI 8K+5G display technology that Foxconn is creating. This innovation center in Brown County will serve a complementary role to Foxconn’s Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park and its innovation center in Milwaukee in cultivating a new class of vertical solution providers for advanced manufacturing processes and technologies, as well as for industries such as education, medical and healthcare, entertainment and sports, security and smart community.