Business Incubator

What is the Platteville Business Incubator?

The Platteville Business Incubator is located at 52 Means Drive in the Platteville Industry Park off of Highway 151. Platteville Business Incubator, Inc. is dedicated to creating an environment that provides technical, financial and management assistance to new and expanding businesses and enhances economic development in the region.

The Incubator is a 26,000 square foot facility with 19,450 square feet available for lease for your manufacturing, distribution, warehouse or office needs. The facility includes 10 multi-use suites and two office spaces of varying size. Common areas include a nicely appointed conference room, walkways, restrooms, reception area and lunchroom. Ample parking and a loading dock are available to tenants.

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Some of Our Businesses

When the owner of 4x Innovations, Adam, took a wrecked 4Runner and rebuilt it entirely, he learned that some of the parts needed just weren’t available at a price, quality, and look. Adam started learning new fabrication skills. People took note of the work done to the vehicle and started asking how to get these unique parts. After 3 years in aerospace mechanical engineering, Adam took his growing hobby and turned it into a full time business. From day one the focus has simply been to make a good quality part that functions as needed, has a clean look, and has a fair price. Adam regularly takes customer’s responses and requests, and integrates those requests into product upgrades and new products. He is always trying to push the envelope of what can be done, and come up with a new way to solve problems. Adam holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and enjoys problem solving.

Mark Hirsch is an editorial and corporate photographer, artist, and an inspiring public speaker who spent twenty years in the newspaper industry as a photojournalist, photo editor and visuals editor until ultimately embarking on a freelance career in 2006. His clients include Getty Images, The New York Times, and John Deere Corporation. In January of 2012 while recovering from a near fatal car accident, Mark purchased his first iPhone. Mark had driven past and admired That Tree every day for nineteen years without ever taking a picture of it. This experience inspired Mark to embark on a unique adventure of making a photo-a-day of this lone bur oak tree in a Wisconsin cornfield. The year-long project was completed on March 23, 2013. “That Tree”, the fitting title of a full-color hardcover book, is published by Press Syndication Group (PSG). Mark regularly exhibits his photos of That Tree in galleries, and his story has been featured by many worldwide media organizations including CBS Sunday Morning, National Public Radio, The Huffington Post, NBC News, The Daily Mail (UK), The Guardian, and The Sierra Club.

Brad Burnett produces virtual reality equipment custom design and development, and loves to push toward new innovations. Because with over 25 years of experience in the industry, he can optimize all the factors and solve for unique constraints. Many firms are stuck with long time schedules and back-orders. But 3sightvr has “agile” engineering, with an inhouse maker shop, where fabricating innovative solutions and producing them in smaller quantities can happen quickly. So, when you are looking for some virtual reality equipment, and you want a solution fast and “best –in-class”, think of ThreeSight VR for your collaboration.

Mindful Solutions Counseling, LLC provides counseling and psychotherapy services to adult clients. Rita Udelhoven is a licensed professional counselor with 30 years of experience.