Governor Walker met with business and education leaders to talk about Foxconn yesterday in Green Bay.
Walker says beyond Foxconn’s 13-thousand direct jobs, the company would create 22-thousand indirect jobs from a supply chain.
He says that supply chain will translate to 4-billion dollars a year around the state.
Walker says another benefit is Foxconn’s impact on higher education. He says they will work with Wisconsin schools to maximize interest in high-demand technology jobs.
Walker says they plan to have the Foxconn facility built…by 20-20.