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Relocation Information

Welcome to the Muskego area! The Muskego Chamber of Commerce services Muskego, Big Bend, Town of Norway, and Wind Lake. We hope these resources will be helpful as you explore our area and look forward to meeting you soon.

Feel free to contact or visit the Chamber office where you can pick up a New Resident Welcome Packet, Community Guide, and explore our Visitor Display's business brochures and cards.

Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce
S73 W164858 Janesville Road
Muskego WI 53150

Muskego Demographic Quickfacts (More information at City of Muskego)

  • Located in Waukesha County (53150)

  • Population: 26,153

  • Median Household Income of $86,588

  • 96.3% of Muskego residents are High School Graduates or higher

  • Median Age: 43.5

  • 1,900+ Companies

  • 9,500+ Housing Units

Muskego Resources

Big Bend Demographic Quickfacts

(More Information at Village of Big Bend)

Additional Resources:

Muskego Community Guide

Muskego Community Profile

Download the Muskego Mobile App

Town of Norway & Wind Lake Demographic Quickfacts

(More Information at Town of Norway)

Additional Resources:

Muskego Community Guide

Muskego Community Profile

Download the Muskego Mobile App

Congratulations on starting or relocating your business! Visit these pages for necessary information on the process, procedures, and necessary permits. Feel free to contact the Chamber office at 414-422-1155 or

Local Contacts for Business StartUp & Relocation

County and State Resources:

National Resources:

How to Start a Business in Muskego, Wisconsin

Do you have a great idea for a business? Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce is here to help you find answers and connections that will aid your business. Here’s some questions to ask first:


  • Conduct market research. Ask: Is there a need for what I am offering? Who is my competition?
  • Test the idea. Gather opinions from consumers in your target market (your ideal audience and the ones you will sell on your product or service). Talk with friends, family, neighbors, and acquaintances.
  • Pick a business name. Search the trademark site to ensure yours is original and not in conflict with another business.
  • Write a business plan. Visit the Small Business Administration and learn how to write a great plan.
  • Establish a budget and set up an accounting system. Consider hiring a professional to handle this for you. When planning these, include start up costs and expenses for the first two years.
  • Choose a legal structure for your business. View the Article “Business Structure: How to Choose the Right One”
  • Register your business with the state. Visit the WI Department of Revenue’s Online Registration Page
  • Secure business capital and funding. Create materials to attract and secure investors.
  • Apply for an Employer Identification Number (EIN). Research and apply for local licenses or
  • Check out other business members who may offer services you need as a start up business.
  • Brand your business. Select brand colors and fonts. Create a logo (or have it created).
  • Create a professional website with your brand and logo.
  • Use your market research on your target audience to decide which social media platforms are beneficial for your business. Claim your name and submit account details.
  • Join the Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce where you can network with other business members and use membership benefits that promote, support, and market your business.
  • Hire and build a strong team.
  • Use your market research to create a marketing plan.


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