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Our Key Alliances

UMOS

UMOS’ Technology Training, called the One Workforce – TechStars program, provides advanced training in the fields of web development, software application development, cyber-security, and medical coding – meeting the industry demand for a highly skilled workforce in Wisconsin.

For participants, benefits include a flexible learning environment, virtual training options, access to competitive, industry recognized stackable credentialing, an enhanced portfolio for more marketability, as well as direct connection to potential employers.

WWBIC puts on a strong women, strong coffee event at least monthly if not more often.  Check out their website for more details on these events. They believe in the power of the media to share the great things that are happening with their small business clients.  Check out their Small Business in the News page.

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gBETA is a program of nationally ranked startup accelerator gener8tor. gBETA is a free, seven-week accelerator for early-stage companies with local roots. Each program is capped at five teams, and requires no fees and no equity.

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eWomen Network‘s purpose is to support, promote and showcase our members’ products and services and to help them achieve their professional goals.

America's SBDC Wisconsin logo

Wisconsin SBDC at UW-Milwaukee is part of a statewide network supporting entrepreneurs and business owners through no-cost, professional, confidential consulting and targeted educational programs. Regional SBDC experts facilitate improvement and growth for small and emerging mid-size companies and help launch successful enterprises.

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The award-winning Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce is an organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and LGBT-allied businesses, corporations and professionals throughout the state of Wisconsin focused on being a strong pro-fairness business community.

Lubar Enterpreneurship Center  Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem on UWM’s campus. UWM Student Startup Challenge is a unique co-curricular program that creates an entrepreneurial culture at UWM by encouraging students to develop their ideas, launch businesses, and gain unique skills that come from the entrepreneurial experience.

 

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Scale Up  Milwaukee SPARC – Growth training program for Black-, Hispanic-, and woman-owned businesses with annual revenue under $1M. Our 2022 program is open to all businesses regardless of location!

 

Women in Milwaukee/Wisconsin

Doyenne Madison – Doyenne is a non-profit organization that provides an empowering environment and opportunities for women entrepreneurs to thrive by making available resources, programs, networks, investors and funding.

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North Shore Chamber of Commerce – A chamber organization designed by area businesses…for local businesses in the North Shore and beyond.

Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee – The Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee’s mission: “”We are committed to activating philanthropy to advance equity for women.”” Check out more about them on their website.

Wisconsin Technology Council – The Wisconsin Technology Council produces events throughout the year that are designed to assist in the development, growth and success of science- and tech-based businesses in Wisconsin.

The Shorewood Business Improvement District (BID) was established by commercial property owners and the Village of Shorewood in 1999 to promote the neighborhood as a premier destination for retail and service businesses to locate and thrive. Read more about the Shorewood BID here.

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GCC North Shore Chamber of Commerce – Represents the Northshore and improves our business community through the retention, expansion, recruitments, and support of businesses, and enhances the quality of life in the areas we serve. Find out more about them at their website.

Riverworks Development CorporationThe Riverworks Development Corporation serves as a catalyst for redevelopment, striving to positively impact area businesses and neighborhood residents. The diverse range of programs we manage together with key partnerships we have established allow us to take a comprehensive approach in our efforts to increase community prosperity in our target areas which include the residential neighborhoods of Harambee and Riverwest in addition to the Riverworks Business Improvement District.

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Women’s Entrepreneurship Week MKE – Sparks business and economic growth by showcasing, educating and connecting women entrepreneurs and professionals in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and beyond.

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