Archive for the ‘Economic Development’ Category

14Jan

Adventure to China Video

By Portage County Business Council

The Portage County Business Council is excited to offer our first community travel experience to China in October, 2020.

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14Jan

The Active Voice January 2020

By Portage County Business Council

Get more information about our 2020 Board of Directors, the upcoming Annual Dinner, LinkedIn Extravaganza and more…all in this month’s digital magazine, The Active Voice. The January 2020 issue is (continued).

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02Jan

Business Council Welcomes New Board Members and Officers

By Portage County Business Council

The Portage County Business Council (PCBC) Board of Directors recently welcomed new officers and board members. PCBC serves as the chamber of commerce, economic and talent development organization and is home to Ignite Young Professionals, Ambassadors and the Heartland Leadership Initiative.

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20Dec

SentryWorld earns top award from Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin

By Portage County Business Council

SentryWorld in Stevens Point, Wis. is named 2019 Destination Golf Course of the Year by Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin (GCOW).

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17Dec

Mid-State Talent Development Spring 2020 Courses

By Portage County Business Council

Mid-State’s Workforce and Economic Development Division is offering courses for staff development in the New Year! 

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17Dec

United Way Celebrates a Giving Community

By Portage County Business Council

United Way of Portage County and the Portage County Community celebrated the conclusion of the 2019 Community Campaign. The campaign surged past the 2019 goal of $3.05 million and then went on to top last year’s campaign total of $3.125 million.

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16Dec

The Active Voice Nov/Dec 2019

By Portage County Business Council

Read about how the Ambassadors and PCBC Staff Give Back, the Annual Dinner and the 2020 Business After Hours Schedule all in this month’s digital magazine, The Active Voice. The (continued).

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05Dec

New “Sentry Curling Center” Coming to Portage County

By Portage County Business Council

With a $1.5 million pledge from the Sentry Foundation and a rent-free lease from the Village of Plover, the Stevens Point Curling Club has announced it will be breaking ground in April on a new state-of-the-art curling center in Plover, Wis., which will be named the Sentry Curling Center.

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03Dec

UW-Stevens Point student publishing house, Cornerstone Press, launching newest fiction work

By Portage County Business Council

Cornerstone Press, the student publishing company at the UW-Stevens Point to launch its newest book.

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03Dec

SBDC Rebrand – New look, new websites, same services

By Portage County Business Council

To end 2019, the Wisconsin SBDC has an exciting announcement – they have rebranded!

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