A Letter From The Executive Director - Sept.


Hello WI Veterans Chamber Community,

2019 has been a year of unprecedented growth for our organization and many of our members. In the recent weeks we have announced that our team is growing, and we are adding more events and programs to better serve Wisconsin’s veteran business community. This growth not only helps the Veterans Chamber grow but also helps us reach more veterans, military families, and businesses throughout the state.

Over the last few months, we have been highlighting the recent achievements of many of our members. Veteran-owned and veteran-friendly businesses have been recognized for their rapid growth, innovations in the workplace, and contributions to their communities. We are proud to highlight the variety of ways Wisconsin’s veteran business community makes our state, our economy, and our communities better.

As we continue to grow, we want to ensure our supporters have the tools they need to grow their business and share our message. To that end, we are excited to announce our logo package. You can find this package on our website under the membership or sponsorship tabs.
Click here to view Logo Package. 

As we move into September, we shift our focus to the important role that military veterans and their families have in Wisconsin’s workforce. Employers of every size, in every sector, from every region of the state are seeking highly qualified and capable employees to help grow their business. Employers who invest in veterans and their families as part of their workforce receive highly qualified, capable, team members who bring new ideas, professionalism, and dedication to their organization. Employers know investing in veterans is an investment in their business. It is our pleasure to work with employers across the state by empowering them to attract and retain the best talent available- veterans, service members, and military spouses.

This September the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 4th Annual Wisconsin Veterans in the Workforce Summit on Friday, September 27 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Baird Conference Center in downtown Milwaukee. This luncheon will feature a keynote speaker followed by a reactionary panel of leading veteran-friendly employers in Wisconsin. Attendees will hear remarks from Wisconsin Secretary of Workforce Development, Caleb Frostman, as well as remarks from leaders of prominent veteran-friendly employers and organizations across the state on recruiting, assessing, and retaining veterans, service members, and military family members.

For more information, click here.

Thank you for all you do.
Saul Newton