Chamber networking groups are a free tool available to our members to help expand their personal network, gain recognition for their products or services, and build business. Being part of a dedicated networking group polishes your self-presentation skills, creates awareness of you and your business, and helps you build useful contacts. To see when a group is meeting next, visit our calendar.
Connect For Success
Connect For Success is a group of dedicated networkers with goals to grow business through recognition and referrals, build relationships, and help themselves and others succeed. They include guest speakers to educate them on issues relevant to the times.
Meets: monthly; dates vary. Check the Community Calendar for current schedule.
Where: Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce, 600 52nd Street, Suite 130, Kenosha
To join: contact Ed Egan of Double E Workplace Solutions or Josh Gransden of The Gratzi
Southeast WI Networking Breakfast
SEWNB is a group of business owners, sales people and account reps from all kinds of businesses in the local area. Having trusted referral partners is important part of building business relationships. Come together over breakfast, learn something and meet some new people. Each meeting will have a guest speaker to educate others on their business the second and fourth Wednesday of every month.
Meets: second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:30am
Where: Mad Rooster Café, 11710 75th Street, Kenosha
To join: contact Doug Williams of One Click, Inc.
Nonprofit Networking Group
Nonprofit Networking Group is a free, monthly social service nonprofit networking group for nonprofit organizations that serve Kenosha County. This is an opportunity for the social service organizations to network, share helpful information, and collaborate efforts. That vital sharing will help with resources and keep fundraising events from being set on the same day.
Meets: third Wednesday of every month at noon
Where: virtually via Zoom
To join: contact Guida Brown of the Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse