The Waukesha County Business Alliance had an outstanding year in 2018. Click to read some of the highlights.
The Alliance’s 2019 Policy Agenda focuses on many education priorities, including “advocating for effective and flexible programs to address the teacher shortage.” Congratulations to the School District of Waukesha on its Fast Forward grant!
We look forward to building partnerships with the new administration so we can ensure Waukesha County and southeast Wisconsin remains a great place to live, work and play.
We heard our small business owners when they said our old programming wasn’t as beneficial as it could be.
The Waukesha County Business Alliance supports Milwaukee’s bid to host the 2020 Democratic National Convention (DNC), which would provide an economic boost and national exposure for the entire region.
The Waukesha County Business Alliance, Inc. has expanded its Schools2Skills™ program to educate high school and middle school students on careers in health care.
The Waukesha County Business Alliance believes all types of businesses, big or small, are important to the growth of Waukesha County. Small businesses comprise 92% of the Alliance’s membership and are a vital part of what makes Waukesha County a great place to live, work and play. The Alliance offers many benefits that are tailored [...]
The Alliance, in partnership with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, was proud to submit a letter of support for these loans for the City of Waukesha's project to switch to Lake Michigan water. Click here to read the letter. Press release from the City of Waukesha: The Environmental Protection Agency has announced low-cost federal [...]
Our quarterly superintendent/president roundtable met on Wednesday, October 31 to discuss the future of the manufacturing industry with Tom Fotsch, chief operating officer for EmbedTek in Waukesha. Read more here. We're bringing in presidents and superintendents of school districts around Waukesha County to build partnerships and meet the workforce needs of Waukesha County's four high-growth [...]
Governor Scott Walker announced that 29 grants, totaling more than $5.1 million, have been awarded under the Commute to Careers program.