Madison Enterprise Center
Madison Enterprise Center (MEC) is a 1st stage business incubation initiative of Common Wealth Development
What is Madison Enterprise Center?
Madison Enterprise Center (MEC) is a 1st stage business incubation initiative of Common Wealth Development that was launched in partnership with Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) in 1987. MEC offers office and light industrial business incubation spaces, in order to support start-up and expanding small businesses.
The Madison Enterprise Center offers an affordable rental rate and shared services including high-speed internet and video conferencing equipment. The on-site manager is available to provide business assistance and resource-matching services to connect tenants with existing business support programs.
How Does It Work?
Businesses may stay at the Madison Enterprise Center from 3-5 years. To qualify for acceptance into the Madison Enterprise Center, a business must be a for-profit company, produce a product or provide a service, and have the potential for future job creation. All applicants must prepare a business plan as part of the application package that is reviewed and evaluated by the Business Development Committee, which makes acceptance decisions.
Architectural professional services firm.
Organic Indian meal kits.
Hinchey Design Co.
Lily Forest Designs
LEV Apparel Inc
My Payment Network
One Energy, Inc
Developer of distributed, utility-scale renewable energy projects.
Pikku Takki, LLC
Quality artisan, avant-grade children’s clothing.
Organic handcrafted crackers.
The Common Kitchen
Full-service co-packing partner for micro-batch producers.
The Looking Glass Bakery