Wood County, Wisconsin is home to an incredible cross-section of business and industry. As one of the major cranberry-producing centers of the U.S., agriculture makes its mark on the region, but so does technology. The area’s internet is supported by gigabit-speed redundant broadband, helping residents work from home or remotely with great upload speeds. And, in their downtime, you’ll catch them outdoors.
Like much of central Wisconsin, Wood County offers boundless fishing, hiking and open spaces. What’s more, the county stands on more than 1,700 acres of tumbling sand dunes, which has proven to be the ideal foundation for a number of challenging golf courses that have the feel of America’s most popular seaside links courses. For example, the Sand Valley Golf Resort is situated on more than 1,700 acres that inspire coastal energy.
Working in Wood County provides the same variety its outdoor amenities do because it is the home of innovative companies in industries such as metals-based manufacturing, health care, web-based platforms and IT, life sciences and food and dairy production.