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Beer Cap Maps takes collecting in a new direction

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa and Mike Victorson interview Jesse Darley, co-founder of Beer Cap Maps, an innovative new business in Madison. The virtual business produces laser-cut wooden maps of various U.S. states and countries that can hold your beer (or soda) cap collection and make for a unique wall hanging.

MadCity Bazaar is Madison's urban pop-up flea market

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa, along with Mike Victorson, interview Joe Mingle, co-founder of MadCity Bazaar, Madison's urban pop-up flea market. MadCity Bazaar occurs on the 1st and 3rd weekends of the month, from May to September, and features locally crafted foods, art, craft, clothing, collectibles, vintage up-cycled furniture, and more.

Step Up for Equity tackles workplace diversity and inclusion

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa, along with Mike Victorson, interview Haywood Simmons of Step Up for Equity, which hosts a series of quarterly workshops for the business community designed to explore diversity and inclusion in the workplace. For more information, got to stepupforequity.com.

On the Job: JBC Coffee Roasters

Master roaster Adam Walsh demonstrates the coffee bean roasting process, from green beans to the perfect shot of espresso.

Starting Block aims to build more robust entrepreneurial community

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa interviews Troy Vosseller of Starting Block Madison, a proposed "entrepreneurial hub and ecosystem" designed to help local businesspeople succeed. For more information, go to startingblockmadison.org.

40 Under 40, 2015 Class, Part 4

Doyenne Group forges strong network of businesswomen

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Heather Wentler, executive director and co-founder of the Doyenne Group, an organization dedicated to getting more women involved in entrepreneurship in the Madison community. For more information, go to DoyenneGroup.org.

40 Under 40, 2015 Class, Part 3

Get to know some of the professionals selected for In Business magazine’s 2015 class of 40 Under 40. You’ll learn a bit about their professional lives as well as some of their hidden talents. In this episode, we feature Melissa Fellows, vice president, treasury management officer, Associated Banc-Corp; Tim Eiring, vice president of operations-Madison, Centare Holdings; Betsy Lundgren, vice president of marketing, Madison Region Economic Partnership; and Jason Gonzalez, attorney/counselor at law, Gonzalez Law Office.

Literacy Network helps patients overcome barriers to good health

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa interviews Beth Gaytan of the Literacy Network about English for Health, a program that helps adults with limited literacy skills improve communication with their health care providers. The program teaches participants how to talk with nurses and doctors, read medicine labels, fill out forms, and more.

40 Under 40, 2015 Class, Part 2

Get to know some of the professionals selected for In Business magazine’s 2015 class of 40 Under 40. You’ll learn a bit about their professional lives as well as some of their hidden talents. In this episode, we feature Mariah Haberman, marketing and PR strategist, Discover Mediaworks; Jamie Patrick, vice president, Madison Area Sports Commission; Ellen Carlson, community relations manager, Middleton Outreach Ministry; and Tim Haag, director of client services, State Collection Service.

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