Depending on your spin, tax increment financing is either A) a great tool for cities to encourage projects that otherwise wouldn’t happen or B) a giveaway to private developers that skews the market and slows tax dollars from flowing to the school district or the county.
A State Journal story about Hope 2 Others prompted Madison’s Welton Enterprises Inc., to donate warehouse space for the group, founded in 2008 to help deliver health care to a poor region of Tanzania.
June 2011, as published in InBusiness. A folk guitar hangs on the wall above Kurt Welton’s desk, begging to be strummed. “I’d like to think I’m a guitar player,” he half-jokes. “Artistically, I write songs and I sing.” Welton, president and treasurer of Welton Enterprises, is a graduate of West High School and has a […]
April 2011, as published in an InBusiness Supplement Throughout the Great Recession, business growth has been more elusive, but the paths to growth aren’t hard to find if you know where to look. In Greater Madison, one path leads through the properties of Welton Enterprises, which is developing four business parks located in growing areas. Welton Enterprises has space for […]
June 1, 2010 As reported in the pages of In Business magazine. From the lens of some area builders, the commercial building industry is looking up, even though construction projects are not as profitable as they were three years ago, and the competition for bid projects is more intense. It remains to be seen whether […]