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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. Arthritis Foundation Ashley Furniture Homestore Bertram Financial Brothers Business Interiors Campsite Creative LLC CapTel Captioned Telephone Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Greater Madison Area Postal Customer Council (GMAPCC) Interior Investments of Madison, LLC Starbucks Vicki Wagener…read more →
MADISON – The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce today announced its participation in “Business for Skilled Worker Immigration,” a growing coalition of 42 Chambers of Commerce to date, from across the country. The coalition is working to advance skilled worker immigration reform as a means of driving job creation, innovation and other economic growth. Joining the coalition is an example…read more →
President Zach Brandon began to lay out his vision for the Chamber at Downtown Rotary in mid-February. During his 30-minute keynote speech he said, “We instinctively believe Superman can fly because that’s what we’ve imagined since childhood. Yet, we assume a man without a cape is falling because we don’t believe humans can fly. Pessimism, like falling, has only one direction. Down.”…read more →
MADISON – The board of directors for the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce has released its remaining endorsements for the spring election of the Madison Common Council. District 2: Bryan Post District 6: Scott Thornton District 12: Larry Palm “The Chamber endorsed these candidates because they understand the city should balance regulations, development plans and public input to find ways…read more →
School Makes A Difference, a career exploration and planning activity for Madison 8th grade students and alternative high school students, gives students the opportunity to hear local professionals talk about their career journey, learn about various career paths, and engage in a brief dialogue with presenters. Each year we are looking for new speakers to join our lineup. Don’t want…read more →