Business Builder's Summit
The Business Builders Summit is happening Saturday, November 18th. The event will be held from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Direct Supply, 6671 N. Industrial Rd. The Business Builders Summit is an exciting networking opportunity with informative presentations from the public and private sector, and will include resources centered on entrepreneurship. Register today to reserve your seat!
One of the summit events will be a Shark Tank Competition! If you are an aspiring entrepreneur or existing business owner, you’ll be given the opportunity to present your best business pitch for the chance to win more than $10,000 in cash prizes and startup expenses. To get started, fill out a pitch application.
And lastly, don't forget to add it to your calendar!
Milwaukee's Common Council has approved the creation of the Granville Development Advisory Committee to make recommendations to the city and private entities regarding development proposals within the greater Granville neighborhood. We are looking for Milwaukee citizens who:
- Reside in the Granville Devleopment District
- Are passionate about seeing the area developed
- Have business knowledge/experience and/or advocacy experience
- Are able to attend regular meetings during a two-year term
Contact Alderwoman Chantia Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-286-2868 for more information and to be considered for a spot on the committee.
The Granville Charette has been Revealed!
We have waited for more than a decade for the revitalization of our beloved Granville neighborhood. The hard work and love put into the designs are evident when you see the final Charette report. If you have not seen what the future looks like yet, please take a look at the final report and if you have any comments or feedback at all please do not hesitate to email or call!
Learn more about the Granville Charette.
All Things in Common Initative
One of the things we on the council worked hard to put into action was the "All Things in Common" Initative. The “All Things in Common” initiative makes it easier for residents to access important resources. These centers of community involvement not only provide direct services like group-based mentoring, but referrals to city services and in-kind resources provided by our philanthropic partners. Community members will be able to get connected with a wide-range of services such as driver’s license recovery, or child support mediation. Please consider accessing this great resource!
Learn more about the All Things In Common Initative