YOUR County Chamber
You want to increase profits and drive success. We want to create an environment that enables you to do that. Let’s work together.
As a private, member-driven organization, the Waukesha County Business Alliance has been the voice of business since 1918. We have a broad and diverse membership representing everything from sole proprietorships to some of the largest employers in the region from a variety of industries. We work to strengthen the economy in the county through four pillars: advocate, develop, network and promote.
To make Waukesha County the best place to do business.
To drive economic growth in Waukesha County.
The Alliance Pillars
on behalf of the business community.
your organization and your employees.
and build strong business relationships.
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Join a panel of industry-leading experts and a keynote speaker at this program, which highlights priority industries for Wisconsin job growth in the coming year.
Networking. It’s one of those buzz words you hear a lot. But it’s more than just exchanging business cards; it’s an art that requires time, effort and strategy. Attend this workshop to understand the art of networking and build your toolbox.
This monthly workshop is designed for anyone who wants to maximize his or her membership with the Alliance. Alliance 101 will walk you through the wide variety of opportunities available with the Alliance. This informal session is a great opportunity to learn more and ask questions!
Parents Place was established in 1983 as a local, grass roots response to the increasing problem of child abuse and neglect providing quality family programming as well as maltreatment prevention services to families that are at risk of or have experienced child maltreatment. Focusing on strengthening Wisconsin families and protecting children through prevention, intervention, and education services, the Parents Place program menu includes Community Education support groups, education classes, and community workshops; Targeted Safety Services; Supervised Visitation; and the Community Response Program.