Where Economic Vitality
Meets Quality of Life
Hosted by Mid-State Stevens Point Campus Dean Ben Nusz and Portage County Business Council Executive Director Todd Kuckkahn, “Profile: Central Wisconsin” takes a deep dive into the origin stories of central Wisconsin’s local innovators and explores what the future holds for the community. New episodes are planned for release every two weeks.
The second episode of “Profile: Central Wisconsin” features Doug Munsey, President of Ki Mobility about how he and a partner began with the idea of designing a better lightweight folding wheelchair and are now international!
Listen to The new episode and subscribe at mstc.edu/podcast.
PCBC’s priorities for our members and the community are
retention and attraction of businesses and employees..
Listening to the important priorities from
members and engaging change.
Sharing member, community, regional and statewide resources
to enhance our partnerships.
A creative economy and entrepreneurial culture
supported by a vibrant work ethic.
Taking the initiative for positive, proactive opportunities.
Connecting member employees and
promoting the interaction of those networks.
Teamwork with business, education, government,
visitors, arts and our citizens.
Although there will likely be many changes to employment and labor law rules and regulations in 2021, the more immediate concern for Wisconsin employers is to review and, if necessary, revise their COVID-19 leave and vaccine polices and communicate their policies to employees as soon as possible.
Meet PCBC’s New Board Members and Officers in the January 2021 issue of the Active Voice! Plus see how the Ambassadors were giving back to the community this holiday season. (continued).
A new podcast, “Profile: Central Wisconsin”, hosted by Mid-State Stevens Point Campus Dean Ben Nusz and Portage County Business Council Executive Director Todd Kuckkahn shares profiles of the entrepreneurs who make central Wisconsin such a great place.
Well, it’s not just that the cream always rises to the top, it’s that our workforce development efforts produce the cream of the crop.
You like to recreate, be outdoors all four seasons, be with friends, you like fall colors and colorful people, good food and craft beverages, oh and yes, you like to work with talented people. You can do all of that and more in Portage County, the one place you can choose your you. Portage County, has been making appearance after appearance on national lists of America’s best cities. With small-town appeal and college-town sophistication, Portage County is the place to be.