WisBusiness: the Show with Jim Hartlieb of First Business Bank

MADISON, Wis. – In the latest episode of “WisBusiness.com: The Show,” Jim Hartlieb president and chief executive officer of First Business Bank, talks about the collapse of two specialty banks and implications for the larger banking industry. The Show also previews the following events:

  • Lunch, March 28, “State efforts to boost venture capital explained” Young companies need capital to grow, create jobs and add value to the economy. Securing angel and venture capital is one way of obtaining that kind of startup money – but does Wisconsin have enough early stage capital to compete with its neighbors? Learn about two public-private funds – one recently authorized and a second proposed in Gov. Tony Evers’ biennial budget – by attending the Tuesday, March 28, Tech Council Innovation Network luncheon at the Sheraton Hotel on John Nolen Drive https://wisconsintechnologycouncil.com/event/state-efforts-to-boost-venture-capital-topic-of-march-28-tech-council-luncheon/
  • Lunch, April 4, in Eau Claire: ‘Workforce on your mind? Undergrad researchers can help’ More than 4,000 college students, faculty mentors and others from across the country will descend on Eau Claire in mid-April for the 2023 National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Sign up for an April 4 luncheon of the Tech Council Innovation Network at UW-Eau Claire to learn how your company can take advantage of this gathering of young research talent in Wisconsin. https://wisconsintechnologycouncil.com/event/tech-council-innovation-network-west-luncheon-3/
  • Day-long, March 20 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay: The Wisconsin Tech Summit Walk-ins welcome! Our special speaker: Mark Murphy, president of the Packers, who will talk about the team’s role in economic growth in the district and the region. https://wisconsintechnologycouncil.com/wisconsin-tech-summit/

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