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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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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 free workshop with Mervyn Byrd, vice president of sales & leadership development at the Alliance (and networking guru) to understand the art of networking and build your toolbox.
David Cooks has lived with physical paralysis since he suffered an aneurysm at age 15. Leadership paralysis goes beyond physical disability and can cause far greater damage. In conversation with moderator Susan Marshall, David will talk about seven specific characteristics of leadership that move one from paralysis to purpose.
Joining the Alliance has benefits! Robert Baker with WMC will discuss how, starting January 1, Alliance membership can allow businesses with FTE 2-50 to offer health insurance to their employees at an affordable rate. Lucy Waldhuetter with the Center for Growth will discuss all the no-cost services the Center for Growth offers businesses.
Sparkling ornaments, amazing performances and hot spiced wine (Glühwein) served in a collectible mug – visitors can experience all this at the Christkindlmarket Milwaukee 2018. From November 17 to December 31, the German-style traditional outdoor market is open to the public, free of admission. Rooted in German tradition, the Christkindlmarket will turn the Entertainment Plaza outside of Fiserv Forum into a picturesque holiday village featuring vendors in traditional candy cane striped wooden huts. Visitors will be delighted by live entertainment and family-friendly activities throughout the event in a magical atmosphere and will create holiday memories to last a lifetime.