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Mark Your Calendar -- WI 12th Annual Business Day in Madison

Author: Deanna Esser Date: December 04, 2013

 

12th Annual Business Day in Madison
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
Madison, Wisconsin
 
Business Day in Madison brings business leaders - from sole proprietors to major corporations – together with policymakers to discuss the most important issues facing our state.

What’s the future of our nation’s economy, and the future of our political leadership? Attend Business Day in Madison on Thursday, February 6th, 2014 and look into the crystal ball that will help us steer a path toward profitability. The 2014 program will cover politics, the economy, international affairs, and leadership.
 
The event this year promises to be exciting and informative. We hope you will choose to be a part of this day, and we encourage you to invite others to attend to share the experience and to learn ways to help your business grow.
 
Welcome Reception – Wednesday, February 5, 2014
5:00 - 7:00 p.m., Madison Club
 
State Agency Secretaries and WI State Legislators Invited to Attend
No charge to attend reception if registered for Business Day 
If not registered, $30 to attend Welcome Reception
 
Please RSVP if planning to attend reception
 
Business Day Program HighlightsThursday, February 6, 2014
 
Business Day Kick-Off   
7:45 a.m.   NFIB/Wisconsin “Exclusive” Small Business Session
Program to be Announced
 
9:00 a.m. Business Day General Session Begins
 
               Program EmceeCharlie Sykes, Talk Show host, WTMJ Radio
 
Leadership – “Never Quit. A Story on Leadership”
Robert O’Neill, Team Leader, Naval Special Warfare and Retired Member of Seal Team 6
 
Politics – “Politics and Media”
 A.B. Stoddard, Associate Editor & Columnist for The Hill, & Media Personality
 
Economy - “It Can Still Be Morning in America”
Charles Payne, CEO and Founder of Wall Street Strategies
 
International Affairs – “A Tour of a Challenged World”
Daniel Christman, Senior Counselor to U.S. Chamber President
 
Guest SpeakerGovernor Scott Walker
 
Legislative Visits – Time for appointments with your elected officials.
 
NOTE: Special Early Bird Registration $125 until January 17, 2014; after January 17 the rate increases to $150. 
 
REGISTER TODAY to take advantage of the special rate. TO register and/or questions, please contact Deanna Esser at the NFIB Office of State Public Policy at 608/255-6083 or Deanna.esser@nfib.org.
 
HOTEL:  Rooms are available at the Hilton Hotel (adjacent to Monona Terrace) until January 5th at the special rate of $159 – call 608/255-5100 – note: Business Day 2014.  
 

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