Letters from the President

September 13, 2019

A little more than two years ago, veteran Wisconsin entrepreneur Bill Harrigan ripped up all his old business plans and relaunched Grafton-based Harrigan Solutions around ideas that aren’t taught in business school.

The man with a marketing degree immersed himself in br...

A Wisconsin-based group is looking to shake up the way elections are held in the state in a bid to help politicians forge compromises and break political gridlock.

Democracy Found is pushing for open primaries with the top four finishers, regardless of party, advancing...

Milwaukee officials brought their pitch for funding Ceasefire, a violence interruption program, to business and nonprofit leaders in the Greater Milwaukee Committee during a discussion of the city's overarching violence prevention plan.

Ceasefire is based on the Cu...

November 13, 2017

Spurred by Foxconn Technology Group and its plans for a mega-factory in Racine County, state highway planners are studying the possibility of including special lanes for driverless vehicles on I-94.

Should that come to pass — and at this point it is only something being...

Scale Up Milwaukee is launching SPARC, a new growth-training program for Milwaukee businesses.

Milwaukee companies with revenue between $100,000 and $1 million can apply for the program to learn how to think about growth.

Scale Up Milwaukee is an initiative of the Greate...

A new park will line the Beerline Trail extension in the Riverwest and Harambee neighborhoods, according to a news release from the Greater Milwaukee Committee.

Hood Design Studio, led by Walter Hood, will design the linear park along the section of the trail from N. Ri...

Companies completing the flagship program of Scale Up Milwaukee, which seeks to promote business growth in the region, have created nearly 500 jobs since 2013, Scale Up announced Tuesday.

Over the last four years, 57 firms in the region have gone through the “Scalerator...

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The greater downtown building boom extends to more than new apartment complexes. Four of the city’s largest arts and culture organizations are in the...

The Arts and Culture Building Boom

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