Economic Development in Langlade County

Located in the heart of northern Wisconsin, Langlade County Economic Development Corporation represents the communities of Antigo, Elcho, Wolf River and White Lake.  We take a structured, proactive approach to enhance the viability of existing businesses and to recruit new enterprises to Langlade County.  We meet one-on-one with business owners and entrepreneurs to focus on ways we can assist a business in achieving its goals.

Data and Demographics

Business Directory

Whether you are planning a Northwoods vacation, passing through, or you live here in Langlade County, the businesses that reside here know how important you are.

Sites & Buildings

Within the three industrial parks in Langlade County there are numerous sites available and are shovel-ready. There is also a variety of buildings available and ready for occupancy.

Featured Building

Unique “turn-key” business opportunity to take over an adorable little cafe on Highway 45 near Summit Lake, WI.

News

Downtown’s Savers Food Mart Offers Bargains, and Much More

A new grocery option is now part of Antigo’s downtown revival. Kim Woyak is now serving customers at Savers Food Mart, located at 735 Fifth Ave., in the heart of downtown. It’s known technically as a “salvage grocery store.”

After a Lot of Work, Local Couple Ready to Celebrate New Winery

Pam and Robert Frei will hold a grand opening of Wild Epitome at the downtown winery and gift shop from noon to 4 p.m. The store is located at 816 Fifth Ave. the former Cutting Edge.

Antigo Vet Clinic will Unveil New Suites, Services Saturday

The Antigo Veterinary Clinic is putting the finishing touches on preparations for the grand opening of its newly remodeled facility on Saturday, November 16, 2019. The celebratory event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the clinic located at 610 Amron Avenue in Antigo.

Events

Our workforce is very solid. We have a lot of very dedicated, hard-working people who’ve been here for over 20 years. Our very first employee just retired. She worked her way up in our company and retired as a Human Resources Manager.

Michael Hunter II, Plant Manager for Volm Companies