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with our sector specialists.
a sector specialist to discuss your new or expanding business.
Contact us early!

When you start to plan a new business or expansion, contact DNR right away! Many businesses have found this saves time and money!

Contact information
For information on sector development specialists, contact:
Laurel Sukup
Sustainability & Business Support

Sector support services

Business sector support means meeting expansion and relocation needs as well as creating strategies to enable businesses across the sector to be more competitive, profitable and sustainable. Each sector is supported not only by a business support specialist but also by a multi-disciplinary team designed to be responsive to, knowledgeable about and value-driven for the business sector. Environmental performance and economic gain are driven by one-on-one assistance, sector-based support and partner-driven values.

What a business support specialist can do for you

Bsusiness support specialists want to work with you to create an efficient communication pathway between business representatives and DNR managers and technical staff. We want to improve DNR's relationship with those we regulate and assist.

Here are a few things sector development specialists can do for you.

  • Help you set-up a plan for a new business start-up or expansion.
  • Learn about your needs and find ways to address them.
  • Help you find out what you are required to do.
  • Help you get your concerns heard by the right people.
  • Get you documents to understand requirements and assure completion of necessary information.
  • Facilitate input on issues for your industry and keep current on decisions.
  • Create and recognize collaborative, innovative environmental programs.
  • Connect businesses and DNR staff to deliver permits.
  • Create area-specific approaches to business needs.
  • Recommend sustainable practices.
  • Deliver environmental opportunities for sectors.
  • Recognize, reward and publicize your environmental performance.
  • Coordinate actions between DNR programs.
  • Enable sustainable practice.


Last revised: Friday July 26 2019