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If you missed our recent webinar – Health care and your business: Now what? — you missed a lot. But you don’t have to miss vital information. Both the PowerPoint presentation and the recorded version are now available in our Media Gallery. Barbara Zabawa – an attorney specializing in health care and employment law at Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek – outlined the Court’s decision,…read more →
Upon entering the large meeting room and seeing more than 60 business and development stakeholders in attendance, Mayor Soglin quipped: “Now I know why this wasn’t in my conference room.” The reason for the large turnout was Madison’s development process and what is being called the first phase of changes to make the process more predictable for users. The recommendations…read more →
Congratulations to Sara Giese from ChiropracticUSA for winning the Chamber’s “The Hunt is On!” Scavenger Hunt! Sara will receive a $50 gift certificate to the local restaurant Samba for finding all five fun facts on our new web site. Read on to find the answers to the hunt. 1. What year did the Chamber-sponsored Leadership Greater Madison program start? 1993. Check out the…read more →
Chamber Executive Vice President Delora Newton tells the Capitol Times why it’s not surprising that Madison has dropped in the Forbes list of one of the Best Places for Business and Careers. Read how the Chamber and Thrive are working together to move economic development up the priority list.
Mayor Soglin has announced plans to more aggressively enforce business signage in Madison. In particular, the Mayor has said the City will target sandwich board sign violations, real estate sign violations and businesses that have more signage in their window space than the code permits. City staff will discuss the changes at an informational meeting on Tuesday, July 31, from…read more →