Connections You Need
Networking can be a crucial component to grow your business. Not only do you reap the rewards of connecting with potential customers, but you’ll garner new ideas from forward-thinkers to help your business thrive. The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce provides many types of programs and events to get your name and business ideas out there. Help your organization flourish by gathering advice from experts, get updates on important community issues and build beneficial business relationships through high-quality contacts.
A majority of Chamber events and programs are FREE to members. Jump in with two feet and connect today. Check out our upcoming programs and events below.
The Breakfast Blender format allows everyone the opportunity to meet many attendees face to face – quickly! Showcase your business, promote your new products and let people fall in love with your company. Remember to bring plenty of business cards! Timeline: 7:45 – 7:55 a.m. – Registration and Coffee 8:00 a.m. – Bell rings and speed networking begins 8:45 a.m….read more →
Construction of 50 Twenty Apts will begin June 17. A ground breaking event will be held Tuesday, June 4 at 10:30 a.m. at the corner of American Pkwy and Tancho Dr. 50 Twenty Apts will be at 263 unit upscale apartment community. For More information about the company contact: Cynthia Faraglia, email@example.com Ground Breaking Address: Corner of American Parkway and…read more →
Thursday, June 5th Registration: 3:45 p.m. Chamber 101: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. You joined. You paid. Now learn how to make the most of your Greater Madison Chamber membership by attending Chamber 101. Chamber 101 is a quick, 45-minute tour of how you can maximize your investment in membership to promote and grow your business. You will learn how…read more →
Briefing over Breakfast: The Path to Progress What are the five things that make Madison’s economic engine run? Come find out when Chamber President Zach Brandon presents the Path to Progress at a special members-only briefing and networking event. This program also features a panel discussion with Chamber Board members: Jay Loewi, CEO, The QTI Group; Beth Donley, CEO, Stemina…read more →
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