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.
Registration is Now Open for This Year’s Conference What: The 6th Annual Wisconsin Sustainable Business Conference When: Friday, December 13th, 2013, 7:45am-3:30pm Where: Lands’ End Headquarters, Dodgeville, WI (busing options will be provided from several locations) Who: CEOs, Senior Sustainability Officers, Sustainability Staff, Supply Chain and Logistics Staff, others interested in business sustainability How: Register Here Why should I attend? Come…read more →
MADISON – The Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce have joined together to advocate for a change to a Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule to provide an equal opportunity for LGBT investors to participate in startups. In a joint letter sent to Representative Pocan this afternoon, the Chambers ask the congressman to urge…read more →
Apprenticeship programs are a great way for businesses to partner with employees who learn hands-on skills as they build career pathways. The Greater Chamber of Commerce partners with the Madison Metropolitan School District for placement of high school students through the state’s Youth Apprenticeship Program and supports Wisconsin Senate Bill 336/Assembly Bill 402 which would increase state funding for the…read more →
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. A&J Specialty Services, Inc. All Things Olive Building and Construction Trades Council of SC WI Cargo Coffee CubeJumpers, L.P Forward Service Corporation Humble. Sweet & Savory Pies InXpress Madison-Kipp Corporation Maid to Sparkle Madison…read more →
The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce 61stAnnual Dinner on Sept. 12 was one for the record books. More than 1,000 business and community leaders, entrepreneurs and small business owners made up the sold out capacity crowd at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center making it the largest dinner in Chamber history. (View photo album.) Our colorful emcee, Debra Kaye, connected the…read more →