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Looking for a green office space? Hoffman Planning can tell you what to look for.

By Clay Veldt, Director of Business Development, Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. Moving into a new office space can be an exciting, yet stressful time. No matter if you are moving from one location to another, or moving into your first space, finding a “green” office has become a top priority for many business […]

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Home Automation in the Fox Valley by Michael Martin

Michael Martin is president of Martin Systems located in Green Bay, WI. You’ve probably heard about home automation. Maybe you have even considered it but thought it would be too difficult to implement and use. Maybe it seems unnecessary.  Actually, home automation is simple to use and installation might not be as difficult as you […]


Crafting the Social Buzz – MobCraft Beer Event

On October 23rd, meet Henry Schwartz from MobCraft, the world’s first crowdsourced craft beer brewery. The Fox River Ad Club invited him to share the crowdsourcing strategies his startup tapped to build a powerful brand and a lot of buzz around their Wisconsin-based beer products. And, of course, you’ll get to sample their beers 🙂. […]

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A New Spin on the Area’s Largest Celebration of Business

Three years ago, the Fox Cities Chamber reformatted its annual meeting into a celebration of business success. As the title sponsor of The Event, Baker Tilly is proud of what it represents—supporting our local business and community leaders and recognizing their accomplishments. Since its inception, I, as well as many other chamber members, have sat […]

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Menasha Youth Get a Place to Call Their Own

Kids in Menasha will soon have a new place to gather and grow. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held in early September for the new $7.6 million Boys; Girls Club of Menasha, which will give area children and youth an improved opportunity to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. The new 33,000-square-foot club […]