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Community Events Calendar

Welcome to the Wisconsin Technology Council Community Events Calendar, where you will find events designed to assist in the development, growth and success of science- and technology-based businesses in Wisconsin.

To submit your Event for inclusion in the Wisconsin Technology Council Events Calendar, fill out the Events Calendar Submission Form.

 

Thriving Local: Business Training Series

September 11 - December 11, 2014
Oshkosh Riverside Campus
Oshkosh

A business training series for growers, processors & purveyors of local food. This training series targets entrepreneurs who have started or are thinking about starting a food-related venture that is not tied to large-scale, commodity-style production or sales.

2014 Midwest Innovation Summit

October 27-28, 2014
The Depot Hotel
Minneapolis, Minn.

This annual conference, organized by Midwest Cleantech Open and partners, explores how the Midwest is capitalizing on these trends and providing market leadership, and offers insights into new industry developments and upcoming opportunities.

2014 Energy Summit - Meeting Needs for Future Cities and Communities

October 29, 2014
Discovery Building and Union South, UW-Madison
Madison

Is energy important to "Meeting Needs for Future Cities and Communities"? Find out at the Wisconsin Energy Institute's 2014 Energy Summit on October 29, 2014 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Join prominent industry leaders, researchers, policymakers, local and international stakeholders, and students for a robust discussion on the pressing energy, industry, policy and technology challenges facing our world's growing urban environments.

UW-Madison School of Business - Professional and Executive Development - Leadership Beyond Management

November 3-7, 2014
Fluno Center - 601 University ave
Madison, WI
To succeed in today’s business environment, organizations need managers who demonstrate flexibility and empathy, while remaining true to the core values of the organization. Successful leaders understand how their personal character and attributes can—positively or negatively—affect their credibility and the bottom line. Awareness of self and others is critical to organizational and career success, as well as developing maturity in managing ego, power, and control.  Click here for more info.

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