The Potawatomi Business Development Corporation is the economic development and income diversification business of the Forest County Potawatomi Community. We are headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Our subsidiary companies and investments provide financial diversification for our shareholders and investment partners. We are growing with a clear focus on profitability and sustainable economic development.
Look around our web site and learn more about our business and investment partners and their track record of success.
Data Holdings LLC. is a new wholesale, Tier III, carrier neutral enhanced data center that brings an unprecedented level of technology, security, reliability and affordability to southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Data Holdings has engaged TMI, one of the nation's most experienced data center services companies, to design the data center and NewAge Data Center Solutions, a TMI affiliate, will manage marketing, sales and operations.
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One Prospect team is a technology solutions provider. Currently they work with native-american tribes, schools and companies throughout Wisconsin providing IT management and service programs. Future plans include development of strong business relationships with regional private industry clients and other tribes around the country.
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The Potawatomi Business Development Corporation (PBDC)-the economic diversification arm of the Forest County Potawatomi-has tapped Robert E. Schmitt, former president of Grunau Project Development, to lead its new construction management firm Greenfire Management Services, LLC (GMS).
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Since 1982, Advancia Corporation has undertaken and solved complex, demanding, high technology problems on more than 450 contracts for its State and Federal Government clients. Privately held since its inception, Advancia successfully graduated from the 8(a) minority contract preference program in 2000. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, the company has 14 locations throughout the United States and was recognized by the US Department of Commerce as its National Minority Service Firm of the Year in 2005.
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WisBusiness: The Show
Liz Schrum speaks with Pepi Randolph of the Potawatomi Business Development Corp. about a new high-end data center being built in Milwaukee.
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