Chamber Updates

Our members are shaking things up. The entrepreneurial spirit in our community means our members are always looking for ways to grow and improve their businesses. Keep up with the movers and shakers to see what they’ve been up to lately.

Letter to City of Madison alders opposing energy benchmarking ordinance

Dear Common Council member: A recently introduced ordinance, Legistar #32255, would establish energy benchmarks for businesses in Madison that meet certain size requirements.  The Greater Madison Chamber Board supports efforts to educate businesses about ways to reduce their energy footprint but must oppose this ordinance.  Requiring businesses to annually report energy usage is cumbersome, costly and ineffective.  The energy analysis…read more →

Greater Madison Business Leaders Invited to White House to Give Local Perspective on National Issues

MADISON – On Dec. 9 Greater Madison business leaders attended a four-hour White House Business Council Briefing. The invitation to the briefing grew from strategic partnerships with the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, the White House Business Council and Business Forward. “This was a unique opportunity for Chamber members large and small to deliver feedback from our local business community…read more →

Welcome New Members — November 2013

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. Belle Pizzelle European Bakery & Cafe Blue Cat Design Design Concepts, Inc. EC Clean Solutions, LLC Forkforce IndependenceFirst Mobility Store  Network Cabling Solutions, LLC Nonprofit Tech Northside Business Association Personal Finance Company Red Square…read more →

Governor Walker signs Crowdfunding Bill

Wisconsin is one of the first states in the nation to allow investors to purchase equity in a company via crowdfunding. The Greater Madison Chamber supported the bill which passed quickly through the Wisconsin Legislature with strong bi-partisan backing. The legislation creates a new class of investor titled, “certified investor,” defined as a Wisconsin resident with a minimum net worth of…read more →

Madison High School Students Ready to Work

The Chamber is proud to facilitate the Youth Apprenticeship program for Madison high school students. Currently, there are several qualified juniors and seniors ready for employment in areas including Information Technology, Engineering, Hospitality/Food & Beverage and more. Contact Chamber Business and Education Coordinator, Jessica Holzman, to learn how you can support Madison students by hiring a youth apprentice today.

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