Sep
06

No BizTalk Show – Badger Game

Sep
28

Tushaus(Sponsor) – Tim Mauck – Director of Sale

Data storage and how it effects your business. Planning for your future needs.

www.tushaus.com

Sep
21

Julann Jatczak – Vice President – (WWBI)Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation

www.wwbic.com

At WWBIC, we start with your dream. A dream of owning a business… or growing a business… or creating jobs for yourself and others.

To that we add our expertise in business planning, financing, and accessing resources that will assist you in making that dream a reality.

As a statewide organization, WWBIC works with both women and men by offering relevant business classes, business loans up to $100,000, assistance with your personal financial management, and connections to people who can make things happen.

We invite you to explore the resources we have here, or call us at 414-263-5450 to talk with a real person

Sep
14

Fox West Chamber of Commerce – Lance Schmidt President & Val Wilz Marketing Coordinator

www.foxwestchamber.com

The Fox West Chamber of Commerce is committed to improving a greater “sense of community” in the Fox West Area. Our objective is to strengthen the civic, cultural, recreational, and educational choices for everyone in the community. We actively seek the expansion of business and industry to strengthen the economic choice of employment for you and your family. We actively seek improvements in the Fox West Area to provide a better place for you to live and work.

Sep
07

Badger Football – No BizTalk

Sep
08

Mark Dougherty – Owner Mark’s East Side

Mark’s East Side has been family owned and operated since 1967. The original building was built in 1948 as a restaurant, called the Normandie. After 19 years, 3 different owners and a couple of fires, the then closed restaurant was purchased by Mark’s parents, Bill and Jan Dougherty in July 1967. They reopened the restaurant and changed the name to “Chef Bills”. Bill (a long standing area chef) ran the kitchen and Jan ran the front of the house for fifteen years with much success and two expansions to the building.

During this time Bill and Jan’s son Mark worked as a dishwasher and bus person. At age fifteen, under the guidance of his father he started cooking. After graduating from UW Oshkosh in 1982, Mark took over the management and business operations of the restaurant. In 1987 Mark decided to put his own stamp on the restaurant with an extensive dining room remodeling and changed the name to Mark’s East Side.

Through the years there have been numerous remodeling projects and a kitchen expansion in 1999. Family is important to the business, with love, support and help from Mark’s wife Lori and two sons, Will and Riley. Mark believes that the secret to success is in attention to the smallest details.

Sep
18

Herb Goetz from The Fab Lab

Jim & Tony talk with Jim Janisee and Herb Goetz from The Fab Lab

Sep
04

Todd Hansen of Entrepreneur Zone

Randy Melzer talks with Todd Hansen of Entrepreneur Zone

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