REGISTER NOW: Upcoming WisPolitics.com & WisBusiness.com Events
OCTOBER 23: WISPOLITICS.COM LUNCHEON: U.S. CONGRESSMAN PAUL RYAN
NOVEMBER 3: WISBUSINESS.COM LUNCHEON STARS NEW CHANCELLOR
UW-Madison Chancellor Carolyn “Biddy” Martin on the future of UW Madison
The next WisBusiness.com Luncheon at the Madison Club, organized by the Madison Club, Madison Magazine, and WisBusiness.com, is slated for Monday Nov. 3 at 11:45 a.m.. The guest is new UW-Madison Chancellor Carolyn “Biddy” Martin.
To learn more about Chancellor Martin visit: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/
The event is open to the public, and the price for lunch is $19. Call the Madison Club to register at (608) 255-4861. The luncheon starts at 11:45 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m.
NOVEMBER 18: State Economic Development in Recessionary Times
–A post-election look at where the state economy is heading–
Featuring: Commerce Secretary Richard Leinenkugel, former Commerce Secretary Cory L. Nettles of Quarles & Brady, Competitive Wisconsin Director and former Commerce Secretary William McCoshen, state Sen. Ted Kanavas, a member of the Senate committee on economic development, and UW-Madison political scientist Ken Goldstein.
Moderated by Mike Gousha of the Marquette Law School and host of “UpFront with Mike Gousha.”
Presented by WisPolitics.com/WisBusiness in cooperation with Competitive Wisconsin, MMAC and Discovery World
Quarles & Brady is an initial sponsor of the event. For sponsorship or ticket information please contact Jim Greer at [email protected] or 608-237-6296.
Tues. Nov. 18, Discovery World, on the Lakefront, Milwaukee
REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 7:15. BREAKFAST BUFFET WITH PROGRAM BEGINNING AT 7:30.
$15 for WisPolitics.com/WisBusiness.com subscribers and members of Competitive Wisconsin, MMAC and Discovery World.
$25 for general public
PLUS …$5 parking fee for those parking on site.
REGISTER ONLINE AT: http://www.mmac.org/display/router.asp?docid=488&event=1158&startDate=11/18/08
7:30 a.m. introductions
7:40-7:55 a.m. UW-Madison Political Scientist Ken Goldstein outlines voter attitudes on the Midwest economy.
8 a.m. Panel discussion led by Gousha and including Leinenkugel, Nettles, McCoshen and Kanavas.
9 a.m. event concludes.