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Did you read the business section of the Aug. 23 Wisconsin State Journal? We want to make sure you saw our ad in partnership with the Building Trades Council. It’s our way of saying we are thrilled to see the Edgewater Redevelopment Project ready for groundbreaking. The value it will provide our community is… well… invaluable. The jobs. The additional tax…read more →
Your official invitation to our 60th annual dinner is on the way, but you can register online now—or print the form and register by mail. Hurry—seats are filling up fast! And when you register, you’ll get a year’s subscription to TechnoTrends, keynote speaker Daniel Burrus’s newsletter. TechnoTrends will help you keep pace with the flood of technological advances that should…read more →
The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce welcomes these new members. Please keep these companies in mind when doing business. View the complete directory listing of all Chamber members. Always Best Care of Greater Madison C&N Photography, Inc. Capitol Travel Service, Inc. CORRE, Inc. Cupcakes-A-Go-Go Dane County Title Company, Inc. Empowerment Through Opportunity LLC Gander Mountain Home Care for You La…read more →
Imagine if 10 years ago you knew iPhones were coming. Or online shopping could surpass in-store shopping. Would you have changed your business plan? Our Keynote Speaker, Daniel Burrus, will reveal trends right under your nose in his presentation: Flash Foresight: Using Hard Trends to Shape Madison’s Future. Take a sneak peek of how Daniel teaches you to see the…read more →
Nearly 100 people attended last night’s informational meeting on the sign ordinance. The City of Madison presented the ordinance and considerations for stricter enforcement. The audience was primarily small business owners who came to make their voice heard, expressing the importance of signage in their ability to succeed. The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce tweeted comments from the meeting which are also posted…read more →