Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:02 am
Upcoming networking opportunities and events you should know about
- Friday, Oct. 16 The Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce hosts its Legislative Update at Brookfield City Hall, 2000 N. Calhoun Road from 8 to 9:30 a.m. The update will feature Milwaukee County Executive, Scott Walker who will discuss Wisconsin tax burden and its impact on our business climate and ability to attract new business, wasteful spending in government and ways to streamline government, and creating an environment that attracts jobs. The update is open to the public and free but reservations are required by October 14. For reservations, call the Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce at 262-786-1886, ext. 5 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Tuesday, Oct. 20 The Waukesha County Chamber of Commerce will host a wellness event at Rukert & Mielke Conference Room, W233 N2080 Ridgview Parkway, Waukesha from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. At the event, representatives from PDS,We Energies, and Frito Lay will discuss the success of their wellness programs by way of return on investment (ROI) and health care costs.To register, or for more information visit www.waukesha.org.
- Thursday, Oct. 22 Milwaukee’s 30th street industrial corridor will host a breakfast event entitled Reshaping Southeastern Wisconsin: Connecting the Corridor to the Next Generation of Jobs. The event will feature a welcome by Mayor Tom Barrett; a keynote address by Carlos Santiago, UWM chancellor and a panel discussion featuring Michael Floyd of Glenn Rieder, Inc.; Richard Meeusen, Badger Meter, Inc.; Alan Perlstein of DRS Power & Control Technologies, Inc., and Peggy Troy, Children’s Hospital and Health System Inc. The panel will be moderated by Julia Taylor of the Greater Milwaukee Committee. For more information and to register, visit www.thecorridor-mke.org or call 414.444.4706.
- Friday, Oct. 23 HOPE’s Fall Celebration at the Harley Davisdon Museum, 400 W. Canal St., beginning at 5:30 p.m. The organization will honor the teachers, staff members and community supporters who help more than 600 students find the drive to make it to college. Tickets for the event are $75 each and can be purchased here.
- Monday, Oct. 26 Discovery World Museum will host Splash!, a celebration of conservation and craft brewing from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will include craft beer and cheese tastings, and dinner catered by Barolottas. Representatives from leading conservation groups, artisan cheesemakers with sustainable operations, and craft brewers will also be in attendance. Jake Leinenkugel, president of the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co in Chippewa Falls will be the guest speaker of the evening. Splash! is the only public portion of the Great Lakes Craft Brewers & Water Conservation Conference, which brings together water policy makers in the Great Lakes and experts in water saving systems from Bridgeport Brewing Co, New Glarus Brewing Co., Odell Brewing Co., and Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Tickets for the event are $45 each, purchase with PayPal online.
- Wednesday, Nov 4, The Institute for Graphics and Imaging, 800 Main St, Suite Q301, Pewaukee presents an All-day, interactive, social media workshop. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The event includes a copy of "The Draft," Soho’s exclusive strategy workbook, Wi-FI, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and access to "The Strategy Room" for additional assistance in completing "The Draft." Topics include but not limited to blogging, SEO & SEM on your brand, using video to promoted & position your products and services. $150/person, $55 with Student ID, $99.99 not-for-profit rate. For more info & to register: http://sohobiztube.com/soho_naked_biz_growth.php?internal_event_id=39