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Anchors aweigh!

Anchors aweigh!

Capitol Boat Club, Madison’s alternative to boat ownership, hosted its official launch party Friday, June 16 at its dock behind Mariner’s Inn.

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Peggy Gunderson, Strategic Brand Marketing

Peggy Gunderson, Strategic Brand Marketing

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Peggy Gunderson, CEO and chief brand strategist, Strategic Brand Marketing.

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  • Cheers from In Business!

    We haven’t stood still for 40 years and we’re not about to start now! From our staff to yours, wishing you a happy and prosperous 2017!

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with Spencer X. Smith

LinkedIn provides business intelligence you can’t afford to live without

Big data. Business intelligence. Predictive analytics. Strategies reserved for huge companies with huge budgets, right? Wrong.

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Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

Entrepreneurial success: The 8 skills to get there

Whether you are a business owner, a future one, or work for one, what are the skills you need to constantly develop and succeed?

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

‘Can’t’ take a vacation from work? Think again

At a recent lunch meeting, a few business friends were discussing their upcoming vacation plans, while a couple of them were making excuses for why they can’t get away.

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Applied Mindfulness

with Ed Maxwell

10 easy ways to include mindfulness in your day

If you’re curious about mindfulness but feel like you already have too much to do, relax. You can experience it without adding anything to your day.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Here are reasons why a company such as Foxconn might consider Wisconsin

The speculation began within minutes of when President Trump, speaking in Waukesha and alluding to negotiations with an unspecified company, told Gov. Scott Walker he might get “a very happy surprise very soon.”

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#SocialBiz

with Spencer X. Smith
6 tips for using LinkedIn for business (without getting sucked into the social media vortex)

6 tips for using LinkedIn for business (without getting sucked into the social media vortex)

For every person who is addicted to social media, there’s another person who has sworn it off for fear of getting “sucked into the void.”

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

Old dogs, new executive leadership tricks

Accelerating change continues to shorten the cycle of obsolescence — the amount of time it takes for learning to become obsolete — and I want to believe that I can stay sharp and relevant.

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Open Mic

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Protecting against ransomware requires up-to-date operating systems

Across essentially all industries, business would grind to a halt if data on products, customers, vendors, and business processes became unavailable.

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Open Mic

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Want to produce your best work? Protect your power cycle

Creativity is such an elusive thing. But if you have to “be creative” as a fundamental part of your every-day-of-the -week job, and you’re paying attention to the periods when you’re most productive (or completely unproductive), you’re sure to have noticed a few things about the way you work.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Early stage investments in Wisconsin up — but plenty of room for more

The early stage investing scene in Wisconsin is getting more robust, although Wisconsin remains in no danger of overtaking California, Massachusetts, or New York as a venture capital hub.

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#SocialBiz

with Spencer X. Smith
3 social media strategies to make the most of every conference

3 social media strategies to make the most of every conference

One of my early clients when I started doing social media consulting was a lawyer in Phoenix who concentrated on helping businesses work through mergers and acquisitions.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

Customer service skills that will bring ’em back

There’s an ancient Chinese saying: “To open a business is very easy; to keep it open is very difficult.”

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High court rules in favor of golf pros against city

Anthem Blue Cross exits ACA in Wisconsin

State export figures in

City seeks bids for Judge Doyle Square parking garage

Crane Foundation to expand

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  • Veterans chamber to promote Dane Co. vet businesses

    Please send me a link so I can join. I am Ervin Carpenter CEO of the Carpenter Learning Solutions, my email is carpenterls636@gmail.com Phone 608-341-8673 I am a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned ...
  • State unemployment nearing record low

    One of the highest labor force participation rates in the country combined with one of the lowest unemployment rates: congratulations Wisconsin! What a positive change from 2010!
  • Want to produce your best work? Protect your power cycle

    Very good article - a pressing problem along this line is integrating children's sleep cycles into learning and school (which also are restrained from variation by normal work cycles of parents). ...
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