Renewed Membership with Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce

BPC is proud to have renewed its membership with the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce for 2017.

2016 Shawano Chamber Membership

2016 shawano chamber member logoWe’re proud to announce our renewed membership with Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce for 2016! Shop local folks!

Networking Opportunity in Shawano!

Start the New Year off right and become part of the Shawano business networking community!!

coffee connections

 Wednesday, January 6
8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Glas Coffeehouse
511 N. Main Street, Shawano
Click Here to Register Online

First Wednesday Coffee Connections,

every month 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. at Glas Coffeehouse.

This informal, structured event takes the guesswork out of networking. Each month, attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their business to the entire group. Each session will include an opportunity to discuss a relevant business topic. Come and enjoy a cup of Joe on your way to the office, pick up a few prospects, and walk away with a handful of new connections! This event is free! Click below to register. Or contact the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce at 715-524-2139,

How to Do Business with the Government

Nicole Bowman to present at “Learn How to Do Business with the State of Wisconsin and the Federal Government” on July 15th, 2014 in Shawano, Wisconsin.

How to Do Business with the Government
Shawano, WI

July 15, 2014 — Shawano, WI
How to Do Business with the Government

Time: 9:30-10:00a meet & greet, 10-12 program
Facility: Shawano County Economic Progress Inc.
Address: 1263 S. Main Street
City: Shawano, WI 54166
Event Contact: SCEPI 715-526-5839
Contact Email:
Hosted by:
Dennis Heling, Shawano County Economic Progress, Inc.
Presented by:
Nicole Bowman, Bowman Performance Consulting
Mary Trimmier, US Small Business Administration
Aina Vilumsons, Wisconsin Procurement Institute
Growing small businesses may want to consider the Federal, State, Local or Tribal Governments as their next customer. Whether you are in construction, manufacturing, services, or technology, the government buys just about everything – from security services to tables, trucks and traffic signs – all from Wisconsin companies. Consider the opportunity.You will learn about:

· The benefits of small business contracting programs

· Selling to the Federal and State Governments

· Grant programs for small businesses

· Financing programs for small businesses

Presented by:

· US Small Business Administration

· Wisconsin Procurement Institute

· Nicole Bowman, Bowman Performance Consulting

Please contact Shawano County Economic Progress Inc. to register for this event.

If you’re interested in having Nicole Bowman speak at your next event please contact Bowman Performance Consulting at 715-526-9240.


The Wolf River School to Work Program is seeking applicants for a full-time Program Director/Coordinator. This is a year-round position which requires travel between six school districts/communities. The Youth Apprenticeship/School to Work Coordinator oversees every aspect of the Wisconsin Youth Apprenticeship Program as required by the Department of Workforce Development including: serving as liaison to develop, implement and administer the program at each school, recruiting students, coordinating classroom instruction, securing funding, managing the steering committee, recruiting local businesses for partnerships, working with technical schools to arrange instruction, etc.

The Coordinator is also responsible for event planning, including the 8th Grade Career Fair and participating in local organizations and meetings.

Click here for more information and instructions on how to apply.  

Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce

Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce plaque

Custom Training and Consulting Upon Request

Bowman Performance Consulting ♦ 271 River Pine Drive, Shawano, WI 54166 ♦ Phone: 715-526-9240 ♦ Fax: 715-526-6028