From the Press Times staff
Green Bay – The Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce recently announced the opening of a global business hub.
The hub is housed within the existing Urban Hub at 340 N. Broadway, St. 200 is a coworking space and programming hub managed by the Chamber of Commerce Startup Hub.
Laurie Radke, Greater Green Bay Chamber President and CEO, said: “Greater Green Bay and surrounding areas are home to a concentration of industry clusters across paper and packaging, food and beverage processing, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing. It is an ideal organization to leverage the resources of and provide connectivity.”
“Global Business Hub is the global entry point for connectivity in the North American market,” said a release from the Chamber of Commerce.
“With an international port in Green Bay, four major airports within 100 miles, and nine intermodal freight facilities in Brown County, this location is ideal for companies that need to have an international headquarters and be based in the United States. .
“The U.S. Department of Commerce ranks Greater Green Bay highly (top 28%) among U.S. metropolitan areas for its FDI attractiveness.”
The hub’s first tenant is the Paper Board Alliance.
The company is headquartered in Milan, Italy and specializes in manufacturing recycled paper and coreboards.
The Vice President of Economics at the Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce said: Developed by Kelly Armstrong.
Cima Giuseppe, CEO of the Paper Board Alliance, said the company’s aim is to “focus on gray paperboard for tissue and industrial tubes, presenting its latest acquisition, Tecnopaper, which represents the Group’s technical competence. , to promote the product in this market.”
For more information on Global Business Hub, please visit GlobalHubGB.com.