October 18, 2018

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Retail Ready Lab
One year in, Willy Street Co-op's Retail Ready Lab continues to give new businesses a chance to shine on store shelves before a consumer audience.

Christine Beatty Women of Industry
For nearly 40 years, Christine Beatty has helped elderly Madisonians live more fulfilling lives, earning her the  Legacy award in this year's Women of Industry program.

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Bucky on Parade
The Bucky on Parade Finale Party included a live auction raised more than $600,000 for a number of local charities, including Garding Against Cancer.
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Annual event honors those that have made a significant impact on the programs and services of the organization and the disability community.

Business Report


Discover the challenges and opportunities facing Wisconsin sports when key professional and college sports leaders meet for a panel discussion at the In Business Expo & Conference on Oct. 24. For a list of participants and to register click here

Debra Lafler
Live Well, Work Well   By Debra Lafler
Martha Sullivan
Exit Stage Right   By Martha Sullivan
Buckley Brinkman
Making Madison   By Buckley Brinkman


The In Business Expo & Conference is the Madison area's premier business-to-business expo and gives you a leg up on your competition by connecting you with over 100 exhibitors and 1,100 professionals. Don't miss your chance to build your dream team, work on your organization, and acquire the necessary knowledge to win in business! The expo floor is free to attend. For more information, visit MadisonBusinessExpo.com

IB Poll
With fall in full swing, what's your biggest autumnal office pet peeve?
A. Can't get the building temperature right - it's too cold one day, too hot the next.
B. People tracking wet leaves or mud all over the place.
C.  Co-workers blitzing the office with Halloween candy and early holiday baked treats.
D. Leaving the office and it's already dark out.

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:
The average household credit card debt in Wisconsin is $6,484, according to ValuePenguin. How do you compare?
Less than $5,000  
$5,000 - $10,000   
Over $10,000
Not much now, but it will grow as the holidays approach.

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Save the Date: IB Expo and Conference | Oct. 24, 2018 | Exhibition Hall, Alliant Energy Center