You’re Invited: Navigating the New Economy Community Roundtable

Business leaders and community members have an opportunity to learn from state and local experts about how they can better navigate the new economy during roundtables in Richland Center, Hudson and Sheboygan. The series of community conversations is brought to you by and in partnership with UW Colleges and UW-Extension.

The interactive sessions will provide insights into the entrepreneurship history and business personality of the area by exploring the industry mix and the key contributors to job creation, as well as share new techniques for developing local resources for the unique business economy. Learn more about the conversation that will take place and the benefit of attending in this video message.

UW Colleges and Extension Chancellor Cathy Sandeen will moderate the discussion, and panelists at the Hudson roundtable include:

  • John Koskinen, Chief Economist for the Wisconsin Department of Revenue
  • Mark Lange, Executive Director, UW-Extension’s Division for Business & Entrepreneurship
  • Will Cronin, Community Resource Development Educator, UW-Extension

The events are free and open to the public. Reserve your seat today to join the conversation in Richland Center. Click here to learn more about the series.

Navigating the New Economy
Tuesday, October 24, 10-11:30 a.m.
University of Wisconsin-Richland
Pippin Conference Center, Melvill Hall
1200 Hwy 14 West • Richland Center, WI 

Have questions or need more information?
Contact: Emily Campbell, Public Information Officer, at or 608-262-2282.

The series is sponsored by the Wisconsin Academy of Global Education and Training (WAGET), with support from the League of Wisconsin Municipalities and the Wisconsin Counties Association