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Join Us for National Cybersecurity Month
We will be sharing best practices and security tips throughout the month. You will learn what cyber threats are trending and how you can defend yourself and your organization.
For more information contact:
Randall D. Crocker
von BRIESEN & ROPER, s.c. LAUNCHES GOVERNMENT RELATIONS PRACTICE
Randall D. Crocker, President and CEO of von Briesen & Roper, s.c., announced today that attorney and registered Wisconsin lobbyist Nicholas J. Probst has joined the firm and will lead the firm’s new Government Relations and Administrative Law Section.
The Government Relations and Administrative Law Section serves clients before the Wisconsin State Legislature and state agencies with policy analysis, legislative strategy development, and grassroots advocacy strategies. The team also represents clients in administrative law and the rulemaking process, regulatory compliance and political law.
Prior to joining von Briesen, Probst was Vice President at a Wisconsin government relations firm where he represented clients ranging from health care and infrastructure to emerging technology and economic development. His client services included direct lobbying, developing and implementing political action strategies, coalition building, and policy analysis.
Probst has previously served in staff leadership positions as Legal Counsel and policy advisor in the Office of the Assembly Speaker, Director of State Relations at the UW System, and Department Head as Personnel Director/City Clerk at the City of Stoughton.
Joining Probst in the Government Relations and Administrative Law Section are shareholders Jacob J. Curtis, Matthew R. McGovern (registered Wisconsin lobbyist), Rebecca Roeker, and Andrew T. Phillips, who also serves as Chair of the firm’s Government Law Group.
Click here to read the entire press release.
When the Old is New Again: Electroceuticals Chart New Path for Treatment
Imagine using the body’s electrical impulses or currents to treat conditions and illness. Sound far-fetched? It shouldn’t, because this approach has been around for decades (think pacemakers and cochlear implants). And now, researchers are finding new ways to use it.
Could an old-school intervention provide a ground-breaking replacement to treat conditions, and even replace the need for certain pharmaceuticals? Not only is it possible, but it’s happening as the industry finds new ways to use bioelectronics, also known as electroceuticals.
Dependable technology is essential for your business. Yet rapid advancements in technology, plus cloud and on-premise integration, have increased both the complexity and the vulnerability of IT environments. More than ever before, organizations are challenged with making the right technology decisions and investments, as well as mitigating the inherent risks.
This webinar will provide insights and ideas to help you establish solid processes and a well-functioning technology environment in your business.
Who should attend
This webinar is intended for manufacturing and distribution business owners, CEOs, IT leaders, executives, and others in your organization looking to gain valuable insights to ensure you have a roadmap for managing and leveraging technology in your organization.
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Inbound marketing is the most powerful lead gen methodology for businesses in complex industries. It helps companies attract the right prospects, convert them to leads, close the sale by responding to their behaviors, and continue to delight them so they become your promoters. And most marketers understand that the best B2B marketing plans combine traditional and inbound techniques. That’s when many chime in with, “Yeah, that’s digital marketing!”
While digital marketing may include blogs, SEO, email, and social media, inbound is really ALL of them working holistically and strategically. It’s this unified, thoughtfully integrated approach that amplifies your efforts exponentially, producing far greater results than those things on their own. Only with the right mix of inbound strategy and tactics can you fulfill today’s B2B buyer journey.
Click here to watch Greg Linnemanstons, President of Weidert Group, explain the differences between inbound and digital marketing.
Founded in 1987, Cleary Gull Inc. is a nationally recognized, employee-owned boutique investment banking firm with a global reach. We advise private equity funds, entrepreneurs, and small publicly traded companies on mergers and acquisitions, private debt and equity financings and recapitalizations and other transactions. Our investment banking team has completed hundreds of middle market transactions delivering more than $8 billion in value.
With an average of more than 20 years of deal experience, our senior investment bankers bring knowledge, integrity and a determination to deliver great outcomes for our clients. The Market Monitor is published quarterly. Click here to read the 2019 second quarter Market Monitor.
Past editions can be found at www.clearygull.com/ib
Embracing Employee Engagement to Overcome the High Cost of Turnover
Employee turnover cost American businesses $600 billion in 2018. How much is it costing your organization and what are you doing about it? Find out how some business leaders are tackling this expensive issue.
Implementing a Successful SNP Strategy
July 16, July 24, and August 1 Webinar Series
10 – 11 a.m. CT
With Medicare Advantage (MA) enrollment expected to see continued growth in the coming years, many providers are looking at Special Needs Plans (SNPs) as a way to participate in the MA market and take on more risk for the populations they serve. Although SNPs may not be the right fit for everyone, taking a closer look can help you determine if it could be a viable strategy for your organization.
Join us for a complimentary three-part webinar series that will help participants understand not only the background and risk-based elements of SNPs, but also the operational and financial considerations that will position organizations for success. CLA professionals will be joined by leaders from across the industry who will share their experiences planning and implementing SNPs throughout the country.
Please register by July 15, 2019. All registrants will be signed up for all three sessions of the series. If you are unable to make one of the sessions, a recording will be sent to all registrants to enable participation in subsequent sessions.
Part One — Medicare Advantage and the Rising Interest in SNPs
Tuesday, July 16 | 10 – 11 a.m. CT
Speakers: Rob Schile (Principal, CLA) and Jennifer Boese (Director of Health Policy, CLA)
This session will cover:
See the event web page for more information.
Part Two — Key Operational Issues for Success as a SNP
Wednesday, July 24 | 10 – 11 a.m. CT
Speakers: Cory Rutledge (Senior Living Segment Leader, CLA) and Dr. Scott Rifkin (Chairman, Preferred Partners Health Plan)
Part Three — Reimbursement and Financial Considerations of a SNP
Thursday, August 1 | 10 – 11 a.m. CT
Speakers: Dave Schuh (Principal, CLA), Stephen Taylor (Principal, CLA), and Hank Watson (Vice President of Corporate Development, American Health Partners)
Contact Bobbie Walier at BobbieJane.Walier@CLAconnect.com or 704-998-5204.
Can’t make it?
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Retention in a Technological Age: Meet CLA’s LEAD HR Council
Various dates in August Various Wisconsin offices
8 – 10 a.m.
Between a tight applicant market and the pressure to sustain a connected company culture with high retention, today’s leaders have a lot to manage.
Join us for a complimentary introductory session to experience our LEAD HR Council. Participate and learn with other local professionals in a lively discussion, focusing on how organizations are connecting, retaining, and recognizing staff with the aid of technology.
What is the LEAD (learn, engage, and develop) HR Council you ask? The council is a group of HR professionals, who meet nine times between September and May, to develop skills, address human resources issues, and enable more capable, influential leaders.
For a limited time, we’re offering complimentary access to one of four local sessions, led by CLA’s Thomas Schultz, so you can try it out before making the investment in yourself.
If after attending one of these sessions you feel like getting more involved, consider registering to become a permanent member of the LEAD HR Council. Register by August 16 and save $100.
Who should attend
This session is designed for business leaders seeking insights into the best ways to attract and retain talented people, and HR professionals interested in joining a HR LEAD Council group forming in Green Bay, Appleton, Sheboygan and Wausau, Wisconsin.
August 6 — Wausau CLA office
311 Financial Way, Suite 100
Wausau, WI 54401
August 13 — Green Bay CLA office
2200 Riverside Drive
Green Bay, WI 54301
August 14 — Appleton CLA office
200 East Washington Street
Appleton, WI 54912
August 15 — Sheboygan CLA office
712 Riverfront Drive, Suite 301
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Contact Jen Brown at jennifer.brown@CLAconnect.com or 920-996-1306
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von BRIESEN & ROPER, s.c. OPENS NEW APPLETON OFFICE
AND WELCOMES FOUR LAWYERS
Randall D. Crocker, President and CEO of von Briesen & Roper, s.c., today announced that the firm has welcomed substantially all of the lawyers and staff of the Appleton-based law firm of Silton Seifert Carlson, S.C. von Briesen’s new lawyers are Lawrence C. Silton, Stephen A. Seifert, Adam N. Skarie and Jared R. Stroik. For over 45 years Silton Seifert Carlson, S.C. has served clients in the Fox Valley with distinction, focusing on business, municipal and litigation matters. Silton Seifert Carlson, S.C. ceased operations effective May 30, 2019.
Crocker said, “The addition of these fine lawyers and our opportunity to continue the quality legal services offered by their fine law firm, evidences our continued commitment to Appleton, the Fox Valley and the continued expansion of our firm”.
Skarie said, “My colleagues and I are excited to join von Briesen as we continue to serve our clients because, among other things, the depth of experience and expanded practice offerings will allow us to better serve our existing clients and to grow our practice with von Briesen.”