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Kiplinger’s ranks Madison #1: Best Cities for Young Adults

The upcoming September issue of Kiplinger’s magazine quotes Greater Madison Chamber President, Jennifer Alexander, with an appropriate depiction of our city’s unique charm. “You’ll drive down the street and see someone bicycling along, with a baguette under one arm and a laptop under the other.” Additionally, Madison’s fabulous restaurant community, our well-educated tech-savvy culture and entrepreneurial spirit helped to drive our city to number one.

Crime Happens

But if you take precautions, it’s less likely to happen to you. Download our FREE Crime Prevention & Safety Resource Guide, developed by the Chamber’s Small Business Advisory Council (SBAC) in conjunction with the city of Madison. It puts crime-prevention resources at your fingertips. You’ll find: – Benefits of preparing your workplace and staff to stay safe – Tips for…read more →

Health Care Webinar Available for Viewing

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 →

Crowded Room Hears First Phase of Development Process Changes

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 →

Scavenger Hunt Winner Announced

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 →

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