January 2016

Wisconsin to Host 2016 Smart Manufacturing Summit

The event is held from April 6 to April 7, 2016 in Milwaukee WI The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has partnered with Chief Executive magazine to bring more than 100 midmarket C-level manufacturing executives for an exclusive event designed to enhance their performance while demonstrating Wisconsin’s manufacturing expertise. ...
 

Entries sought from southeast Wisconsin for 2016 Governor’s Business Plan Contest

MADISON – Producers of the 13th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest are hoping to see entries from southeast Wisconsin before this year’s deadline. Contestants have until 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, to enter their 250-word business ideas at www.govsbizplancontest.com. ...
 

Money for training - Deadline is fast approaching

Now is the time to look ahead. Let this year be the year to grow your employees. Gateway is seeking Wisconsin Advancement Training Grant (WAT) Request for Proposals for fiscal year 2016/2017. Training funds available $2,500 - $400,000 Training services or technical assistance for an individual employer or multiple employers Consortium opportunities for career or geographic clusters ...
 

Leadership Development Series - Starts Thursday, March 3rd

This comprehensive process, which includes a combination of workshop training and one-on-one leader coaching, is designed to equip leaders with the skills and knowledge that are critical to effectively lead others. ... Read More
 

Save the date: WMEP Breakfast series

On Thursday March 10th, 7:30-9:00AM, join us for a series of free breakfast seminars! Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership (WMEP), RCEDC and Gateway Technical College will offer an inspiring collection of seminars for business leaders that will assist your business to be the leader in your markets and create, innovate, and develop great solutions, product, and services. The series includes: ...
 

Open registration for Living As A Leader series - March 3rd launch day

Do you know only 33% of workers are fully engaged? Worker engagement starts with equipping your leaders with the skills needed to lead others. RCEDC has heard from local Racine County businesses that succession planning and training new leaders is a primary concern across all business sectors. ...