Milwaukee, United States – established on September 20, 2017
Located to the southwest of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin and an economic hub with a metro population of 1.75 million. Its advanced ports, railways, and highways provide an ideal environment for the transportation of goods. The city’s major industries include alcoholic beverages, finance, shipping, healthcare, and publishing, and six Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in Milwaukee. When environmental problems arose in the 1990s and 2000s due to algal blooms in Lake Michigan, the Water Council was established in Milwaukee in 2009 to concentrate on water issues and foster the water industry.
- Location : North Central United States
- Population : 590,000
- Area :251 ㎢