Today celebrates the transition of Greater Milwaukee Committee Board Chairman from Ted Kellner to Rich Meeusen. Over the past two years, the GMC has had the pleasure of working with Ted on many initiatives and projects. He has been an incredible champion of the work of the GMC, his dedication apparent at each and every board meeting, members meeting, and community engagement. The combination of his work ethic and love of Milwaukee reflects in his endeavors with Fiduciary Mana
If there was one thing that was clear from the Milwaukee Business Journal’s recent Flash Forum on the possibility of enacting a sales tax to fund a convention center expansion in Milwaukee, it was that it will not be easy. Check out the attached slideshow to see who attended the important discussion. “There is no doubt that this will be a tough task, but it is important to the future of our community,” said Omar Shaikh, chair of Visit Milwaukee and co-owner of SURG Restaurant
It was quite a night at The Pfister Hotel Tuesday as more than 700 people packed the grand ballroom to celebrate the Milwaukee Business Journal's 2017 40 Under 40 award winners. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos of the fun event that honored the Milwaukee area's up-and-coming young professionals. It was one of the largest crowds in the history of the program, which is celebrating its 25th years of recognizing Milwaukee's young professionals. Each guest got a vuvu
Two businesses opened doors in Milwaukee over the past few months that will impact Milwaukee much more than normal business openings. Zurn’s new Headquarters building became the first company to locate in the Reed Street Yards, a water technology and research park. And, Tandem, a new restaurant in Lindsay Heights, opened its doors and created a new business structure for neighborhood ownership and talent curation. The move of the Zurn Headquarters to Milwaukee demonstrates th
Published February 13, 2017
From Milwaukee Business Journal Despite metro Milwaukee’s reputation as one of the nation’s most segregated communities, local civic leaders exhibit a refreshing willingness to address the issue head-on, says a consultant advising the Greater Milwaukee Committee. Read the full article here.