Greater Green Bay Chamber

Economic Development Events

 

Audible Pitch event with the Greater Green Bay Chamber's Startup Hub

Audible Pitch

Audible is a pitch event in which applicants have the chance to be awarded up to $1000 in prize money and will automatically qualify for the December Regional Finale pitch contest in Green Bay presented by the NEW North. The pitch consists of a four-minute presentation followed by a two-minute Q&A by the judges. 

 

Coffee Breaks at the Greater Green Bay Chamber's Urban Hub presented by GreenLeaf Bank, M3 Insurance, and Wipfli

Coffee Breaks

Hosted at the Chamber's co-working spacethe Urban Hubentrepreneurs, business experts, and professionals come together once a month to discuss solutions to common concerns for small business owners and startups.

Previous topics have included nonprofit formation, business software, tax deductions, partnerships, business equity, and more.

 

Greater Green Bay Economic Development Strategic Plan

Economic Development Strategic Plan

Adopted in May 2017, the Strategic Plan was built around an ambitious set of 11 initiatives designed to support the creation of new jobs and investment in the area. The plan also included the formation of seven task forces in the areas of business development, talent, downtown development, innovation and entrepreneurship, alignment and conferences, diversity and inclusiveness, and transportation and infrastructure. Since its creation, each task force — made up of business and community leaders in Greater Green Bay — has met regularly to guide and execute the plan’s implementation.
 
Stay tuned for the next update event.
 
2022 Italian FDI Luncheon will be held on Monday, September 19 at the Badger State Brewing Company

Italian FDI Luncheon

Italian Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is the second largest source of international investment in Greater Green Bay. This luncheon will celebrate and help strengthen business ties. Industry cluster concentrations exist in both Greater Green Bay (USA) and Lucca (Italy), two regions considered to be "Tissue Capitals of the World."