Who We Are
The Platteville Business Incubator opened in 2001 and has supported more than 46 businesses, given jobs to hundreds of people and brought millions of dollars of revenue to the local community.
We are prepared to support a wide range of companies including manufacturing, technology, culinary and professional services. We go beyond the usual support services of an incubator and offer both onsite daycare and group insurance to help our tenants in leading healthy, well rounded lives.
Our easy access to U.S. Highway 151 support quick access for product shipment and client meetings.
What does the Platteville Business Incubator provide?
- Fiber optic internet
- Entrepreneurial community
- Business coaches
- Onsite daycare
- Group insurance
- Commercial kitchen
- Access to start up/ grow up funds
- Conference and break rooms
- Recessed and at-grade truck docks
- Office, manufacturing, distribution and warehouse space
- Office and industrial support equipment
- Plenty of parking
- Affordable yearly lease rates
- 800 Amp service to the building. Each unit 120V-208 3 phase
- Laser cutter
Board of Director
PBII - President
PBII - Vice President
Asst. VP Comm. Lending
Mound City Bank
Grant Co. Economic Development Corp.
Business & Industry Services Manager
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
City of Platteville
Business Training And Education Manager
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
Kopp, McKichan, LLP
CFO - Clare Bank
Our Executive Director
Kate Koziol is the Executive Director of the Platteville Incubator and she has worked with entrepreneurial companies for more than 20 years; she founded, scaled up and sold her own company; and she, along with a team of other advisors, brings of wealth of marketing and business operation experience to incubator tenants.
Area Business & Community Partners
- The City of Platteville
- Platteville Area Industrial Development Corporation (PAIDC)
- The Platteville Chamber of Commerce
- International Business Innovation Association (INBIA)
- Wisconsin Business Incubator Association (WBIA)