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IBTV Inside Peek: Wisconsin Veteran's Museum

IBTV Inside Peek: Wisconsin Veteran's Museum

This week, IBTV interviews Michael Telzrow, the director of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in Madison, WI.

August 2012
IBTV Inside Peek: Evco Plastics

IBTV Inside Peek: Evco Plastics

Many travelers have seen Evco's building along I-94/39 while heading north toward the Dells. This week, we visit with Dale Evans, president of Evco Plastics, to learn more about the business. Evco was founded by Dale’s parents in their basement and has grown into a global custom plastic injection molder of thermoplastic resins with mold design and mold building. The company has 10 manufacturing facilities located throughout the U.S., China, and Mexico; employs over 800 people; and operates 140 injection molding presses ranging from 28 to 3,300 tons. Among the markets it serves are medical, industrial, consumer, and office products.

August 2012

IBTV: Dane County Small Business Awards

This week IBTV showcases the 2012 Dane County Small Business Award winners.

July 2012
IBTV Coffee Break: Dave Wittwer, President & CEO, TDS Telecommunications

IBTV Coffee Break: Dave Wittwer, President & CEO, TDS Telecommunications

This week, IBTV spends time with Dave Wittwer, CEO and president of TDS Telecom, to learn more about his background, including his first job laying cable at age 16 and his 30-year career with the company.

July 2012
IBTV Inside Peek: Trachte Building Systems

IBTV Inside Peek: Trachte Building Systems

This week IBTV goes behind the scenes to learn more about Trachte Building Systems of Sun Prairie. The company has been manufacturing steel buildings since its founding over 100 years ago. Over time, Trachte has gone from manufacturing steel Quonset huts and completely self-contained fast-food restaurants to designing and manufacturing steel self-storage buildings. The company markets to investors around the world interested in owning a self-storage facility.

July 2012

IBTV Inside Peek: Albion Swords, Ltd

This week IBTV goes behind the scenes to interview Amy Waddell, president and CEO of Albion Swords, Ltd. in New Glarus. Albion Swords is a designer and manufacturer of over 200 types of handcrafted, limited-edition, museum-quality swords that are re-creations of period originals or licensed swords from film, literature, or fantasy art.

June 2012
IBTV Inside Peek: Dairyfood USA

IBTV Inside Peek: Dairyfood USA

This week IBTV interviews Dan Culligan, president of Dairyfood USA, Inc., a specialty cheese manufacturer in Blue Mounds, WI. The company specializes in extended shelf life cheese, including spreads, cups, bars, and wedges that are often smoked and/or flavored with a range of ingredients sourced from around the world. Using high-tech equipment, much of it sourced from Europe, Dairyfood USA manufacturers private-label products for retail chains, club stores, the airlines, restaurants, and other institutional customers around the world, including Walmart, Sam's Club, Costco, Woodman's Food Market, Figis, Meijers, World Market, Panera Bread, and many more.

June 2012
IBTV Coffee Break: Tom Spitz, CEO and Dave Fink, President, Settlers Bank

IBTV Coffee Break: Tom Spitz, CEO and Dave Fink, President, Settlers Bank

This week IBTV interviews the co-founders of Settlers Bank -- Tom Spitz, CEO, and Dave Fink, president.

April 2012

IBTV Coffee Break: Aaron Olver, economic development director, city of Madison

This week, IBTV Coffee Break interviews Aaron Olver, director of economic development for the city of Madison, to discuss opportunities for economic development around the state, to hear his perspectives on the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the impact of the recall election on economic development.

April 2012

IBTV Coffee Break: Kurt Bauer, President/CEO WMC Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

This week’s IBTV Coffee Break is with Kurt Bauer, president/CEO of WMC – Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce. The statewide chamber of commerce represents over 3,500 of Wisconsin’s businesses, including many signature companies, with the average business represented having under 50 employees. In this interview, we get to hear about the organization, who it represents, some of its philanthropic activities, its new communications activities, why it appears to be focused on representing the political perspectives of a single party, and why the jobs situation in Wisconsin hasn’t been as strong as desired.

March 2012
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