Skip to content

WMC, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Visit With Gov. Walker on Job Creation

MADISONWMC and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will meet with Governor Scott Walker Tuesday in an open forum on Wisconsin job creation at Monona Terrace. More than 200 business executives are expected to attend the luncheon panel discussion.

The event is open to credentialed media in conjunction with WMC’s 100th anniversary celebration.

WHEN: 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 18

WHERE: Ballroom, Monona Terrace Convention Center, Madison

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has commissioned an in-depth analysis of creating economic prosperity in Wisconsin and improving the state’s business climate.

The report’s author, Delore Zimmerman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce researcher with Praxis, will present the research and Governor Walker will react. Business executives on a panel will comment on the research and provide their thoughts on job creation. Doug Loon, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Vice President, will discuss Wisconsin’s business climate from a national perspective.

The panel of CEOs and business executives includes: Michael Salsieder, President/General Counsel, Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork, Company, Inc.; William Parsons, President, Palmer Johnson Enterprises; and Aaron Powell, Vice President, Comprehensive Computer Consulting. Salsieder and Parsons serve on the WMC Board of Directors. Powell is the WMC small business committee chairman.

For further information and press registration:
Leah Supensky, (608) 258-3400





Related Posts