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A focus on producing actionable programming and services to strengthen the development of local entrepreneurs is guiding the organization in 2019.

Kate Perleberg CFO of the Year
When we think about chief financial officers, an image comes to mind: analytical, logical, and coldly detached. If Kate Perleberg is any example, it's probably a bad rap.

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Icons in Business

IB introduces you to top-level executives and emerging leaders in print, online, and in person. Connect with area professionals at the popular In Business Intros networking event on Feb. 7! It's free to attend! Register today!

Martha Sullivan
Exit Stage Right   By Martha Sullivan
Corey Chambas
Mind Your Business   By Corey Chambas

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IB Poll
Did your business close due to the cold weather this week?
A. Yes, we couldn't expect our customers or employees to venture out in this extreme cold.
B. No, but we allowed staff to work from home or cut back our hours to the "warmest" periods of the day.
C. No, our team can buck up even under the most extreme conditions.

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:
Gov. Evers and legislative Republicans both support middle class tax cuts, but want to go about it in different ways. Which proposal do you support?
Evers: Fund tax relief by capping a corporate tax credit, 80% of which goes to filers making more than $1 million a year.  
Republicans: Fund the cut using a state budget surplus of about $600 million.   

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