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The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the Green Masters Program prepare and share a Monthly Newsletter. The newsletter has become a dependable source of interesting information, scheduled events, conferences, training.

For the month of November the WSBC is heavily concentrated on their annual Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Conference. This year the conference is being held on Dec. 12th at the Potawatomi Event Center in Milwaukee. Given the depth, breadth and importance there is a lot of information to share as the program comes into sharper focus each day. From keynote and presentations, to parking and accomodations you will find most of what you need to know right here along with, as always, a little inspiration. Take a Moment...

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How to Leverage Your Sustainability Program to Address Workforce Challenges. A content teaser for the Work Force Challenges track at the WSBC Conference.


      Wisconsin Clean Cities

 25th Annual Stakeholder Meeting & Awards

December 4, 2019, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 

Harley-Davidson Museum Rumble Room

400 W. Canal St.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Celebrate Wisconsin Clean Cities’ 25th anniversary at our Annual Stakeholder Meeting & Awards! Join us as we recognize our members’ successes during the awards ceremony. Learn how the state’s top clean fuel leaders achieved environmental and economic successes. Network with industry leaders, visit with exhibitors, enjoy a delicious lunch and tour the Harley-Davidson Museum. 

Our 25th Annual Stakeholder Meeting  will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 from 11 - 2:45 with a holiday mingle following at the Harley-Davidson Museum Rumble Room in Milwaukee.  This event celebrates our members’ successes in increasing the use of alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles and sustainable vehicle technologies while reducing emissions, improving air quality, reducing our dependence on imported oil and driving economic development.  

We are very excited to announce that Harley-Davidson will be showcasing their LiveWire Electric bike at the event along with a presentation of the design, production and launch details.  They will also be offering live simulated demos on the bike throughout the event. 

Attendees will hear from government officials and industry experts about the latest in sustainable transportation initiatives and funding opportunities. We have a great program lined up which will be announced soon on our Website and social media platforms.


Early-bird pricing is available through November 15. We also offer sponsorship and exhibitor table opportunities as outlined here ==> Learn more

Registration is $45 before Friday, Nov. 15, $50 after Friday, Nov. 15.

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