"I was too comfortable where I was and I just wanted to keep growing," he said.
Vesser is one of 37 entrepreneurs are fueling growth at the Advance Business and Manufacturing Center. That represents 95-percent of the office space and half of the light manufacturing bays in the 50-thousand square foot business incubator. Center officials credit that to options like the Brown County Micro Loan program.
"It (the Brown County Micro Loan program) is looking to fund entrepreneurs and start ups as well as companies that need to expand but aren't one-hundred percent credit worthy," said Fred Monique of Advance Business and Manufacturing Center.
Net Peak Energy, a technology company that helps clients and utilities with power grid management says another asset is NWTC.
"NWTC is the only technical college in the state of Wisconsin that offers an energy management program," said Net Peak's Fred Krumberger,
Advance Business and Manufacturing Center tenants say setting up shop here led to faster than expected growth.
"We're going to have a full-time night shift by summer, We should have another employee by the end of summer," said Vesser.
"We've gone from one-and-a-half employees to currently seven employees in the next month there probably will be three additional employees," Krumberger added.
Local 5's Terry Kovarik has the story.