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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 →
As an early supporter of the Edgewater Hotel Redevelopment project and an outspoken advocate for enlightened economic growth, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce was quoted in Sunday’s Wisconsin State Journal article that announced the revival of the Edgewater project due to private donations. Chamber President Jennifer Alexander issued a press statement praising the commitment and tenacity of local investors.
(Madison, WI) – As an early supporter of the Edgewater Hotel Redevelopment project and an outspoken advocate for enlightened economic growth, Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Alexander issued the following statement. This, regarding Sunday’s announcement that the Edgewater Hotel redevelopment project will move forward with new funding from private investors. “The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce has been…read more →
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.
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 →