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Kids Building Wisconsin gives tykes a chance to imagine a constructive career

Kids Building Wisconsin gives tykes a chance to imagine a constructive career

Many baby boomers and Gen Xers were raised on Tonka trucks, Lincoln Logs, and Erector sets, all of which suggested to kids that building things was fun. As those once-ubiquitous toys have given way to video games and Disney DVDs, the skills gap in the construction trades has continued to widen.

2015 Commercial Design Awards

2015 Commercial Design Awards

Judging by the comments of our CDA judges, this year’s Commercial Design Awards entries demonstrated impressive top-to-bottom quality. While a judge on last year’s panel characterized Madison as a town that’s “on fire” when it comes to quality commercial development, this year’s judges also noted that many of the 2015 projects, which were completed in 2014, were designed soon after the economy had bottomed out.

Unconventional Convenience: local woman creates social business space for 'cool people'

Unconventional Convenience: local woman creates social business space for 'cool people'

Tiffanie Mark, 34, is energetic, innovative, and unassuming, and the new community office space concept she’s created on Odana Road is a reflection of her easygoing personality. MATRIX Collaborative Business Solutions LLC has been evolving since Mark purchased the building in 2013. It currently includes about 25 to 30 different spaces that can be rented by the hour for between $5 and $30. A co-working area on the building’s top level is available for free and includes Wi-Fi and a kitchenette for all to use.

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40 Under 40, 2015 Class, Part 4

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.

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