OCONOMOWOC — Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and three
Oconomowoc business leaders will be speaking about
issues affecting Wisconsin businesses at the Oconomowoc
Chamber of Commerce’s Business Over Breakfast event.
Business Over Breakfast event will be open to all from
7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Oct. 8 at the Olympia Resort and
Spa, 1350 Royale Mile Road. The event will feature a hot
breakfast as well as networking and a panel discussion
with the board after the speakers’ presentations.
Speaking along with Kleefisch will be Jon Spheeris of
Coldwell Banker Elite, Mary Peterson of JNL Technologies
and Daryl Lund of the Wisconsin Bankers Association.
Chamber Director Katie Miller urged all interested
parties to register online at
www.oconomowoc.org. The registration fee is $18.
There is a $20 walk-in fee for members and a $25 walk-in
fee for nonmembers.
Kleefisch will be talking about business trends in
Wisconsin and how they will affect local business
owners. Spheeris will talk about the real estate
industry in Oconomowoc concerning both the residential
and commercial side and what the market looks like in
will talk about trends in banking and financing,
focusing specifically on the corporate and business side
of the lending equation.
Peterson said she’ll be talking about new technologies
that help keep seniors in their homes for as long as
possible. JNL Technologies, Ixonia, specializes in
providing the “latest and great” senior care
technologies, she said. Peterson said that out-of-home
care can sometimes costs upward of $70,000 a year. JNL
is trying to make it possible for seniors to stay in
their homes while still providing some of the same
amenities they’d receive at an assisted care facility.
should be four really interesting conversations and then
it’ll be a panel format,” Miller said. The next business
over breakfast event is usually the mayor’s address on
the state of the city in February. Miller is still
arranging plans as to when the event will be.
think this education series is one of the key things the
chamber provides in terms of value to the business
community to help keep members on the cutting edge of
what’s going on in business in general,” Miller said.