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- Friday, Nov. 19 The IBA will host recently re-elected Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke at its gathering at the Wisconsin Club from 7 to 9 a.m.. Sherriff Clark will discuss “Poverty, Law Enforcement and the Status of Milwaukee County.” Cost to attend is $30.00 for members and $40.00 for guests. Registration is available at www.ibaw.com or by calling (608)251-5546.
- Wednesday, Dec. 1 Milwaukee-based Market Probe will host a free webinar entitled “Making a Case for Customer Advocacy: Marketplace changes and demands for accounting call for new thinking,” from 10 to 11 a.m. central time. The presentation will be lead by Dr. TR Rao, president and CEO of Market Probe. A second webinar entitled “Advocacy: A new Frontier for Customer Satisfaction Research,” will be held the following day from 10 to 11 a.m. central standard time. The second webinar presentation will be led by Michael Lowenstein, CMC executive vice president of Market Probe and Dr. Tom Fusso senior vice president of the company.To register for either webinar visit: http://www.marketprobe.com/
- Friday, Dec. 3 Pantheon BC will host a seminar entitled “Reinventing Your Business for the Next Decade,” from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at U.S. Bank building in Brookfield Square, 205 N. Mooreland Road. The seminar will examine how companies can adapt to a changed marketplace by developing a defined mission, vision and management strategy. The event is free to attend, but those interested are asked to RSVP to David Wahl, U.S. Bank at email@example.com
- Tuesday, Dec. 7 The Granville-Brown Deer Chamber of commerce will host a regional transit and economic development symposium entitled, “Do Improved Transit Options = More Jobs?” at the Brown Deer High School Multicultural Center, 8060 N. 60th St., from 7:30 to 10 a.m. The symposium will give attendees the opportunity to learn and discuss with experts what the future of transit options could mean for employment in the southeastern Wisconsin region. Panelists will include: Ken Yunker of SEWRPC on importance of long term planning; Reggie Newson of Wisconsin Dept.of Transportation on Existing and Planned Road Projects for the general area; Donna Brown of Wisconsin Dept. Of Transportation on High Speed Rail Initiative, Martha Brown from City of Milwaukee Dept. of City Development to discuss area plans aspects relating to the topic; Damon Dorsey , the new Director of Economic Development at Milwaukee County will provide some planning and project related aspects for the targeted area, and Nate Piotrowski, planner Village of Brown Deer. The event is free to attend and open to the public If you have questions, please call the Granville-Brown Deer Chamber at 414-357-5493