October 12, 2017

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Thanks to the UW Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic, an average of 300 Wisconsin startups each year have access to free legal services that would otherwise burst their burgeoning budgets.

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Wilde East Towne Safety Event
The third annual event provides free, private fingerprinting and bio-documenting for children.
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Riders visited wind, solar, and biogas energy generation facilities in northwest Dane County.

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Park Hotel Madison

Libby Gill
Succeeding in today's ever-changing business climate requires leaders to place as high a priority on people and performance as they do on process and procedure. Is your organization prepared for the new normal of constant change? On Oct. 18, Libby Gill, former executive at Sony Pictures, Universal Studios, and Turner Broadcasting, will share key leadership strategies to ignite bold leadership in your organization to create engagement, inspire purpose, and drive action
Deadline to register is 5 p.m. Oct. 12! 

Tom Marks
Open Mic  A guest blog by Tom Marks    
Michael Mucha
Open Mic  A guest blog by Michael Mucha            
Michael Dubis
Financial Perspectives  By Michael Dubis        

IB Expo

Women of Industry 2017 Now in its third year, the Women of Industry awards recognize women who have demonstrated strong industry leadership and who have developed a particular innovation, concept, or idea that moved the needle in a positive direction in their industries, whether locally, regionally, nationally, or globally. The annual Women of Industry awards luncheon will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the Best Western Premier Park Hotel.
See the list of honorees and register online. 

IB Poll
What do you make of President Trump's executive order to explore association health plans, expand short-term coverage options, and change rules governing HRAs?
A. Hate it. Sabotaging Obamacare won't solve any problems.
B. Love it. Consumers and small business owners need help.

To cast your vote, click here and then scroll down to the IB Poll on the right-hand side of the page. 
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Results from last week's poll question:
In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, what can hotels do to ramp up security?
Hotels should employ airport security measures - security officers, metal detectors, X-ray machines, and luggage searches.   
Just a luggage check will suffice.    
With concealed-carry, multiple entry points, and the prohibitive costs of increased security measures, there's little hotels can do. 

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