May Meetup: DevJoist, Susan K Wehrley, Updates from Startup Milwaukee & more!

This month, we invite you to join us for free beer, a presentation by DevJoist, exciting new updates from Startup Milwaukee and a visit from one of our Expert Series speakers, Susan K. Wehrley. You won't want to miss this one.

Agenda

• 6:00-6:30 — Networking (Beer compliments of Milwaukee Brewing Co.)

• 6:30-6:45 — Community Announcements

• 6:45-7:00 — DevJoist

• 7:00-7:15 — Susan K. Wehrley, "Strategic Alignment: Staying in Tune for Greater Success"

• 7:15-7:30 — Special announcement from Startup Milwaukee co-founder, Matt Cordio

• 7:30-7:45 — Last beer!


About our Topics & Speakers

DevJoist & A/B Testing
Aaron Larner

Joining us from Madison is Aaron Larner, CTO of The Art Commission and creator of DevJoist. Drawing from his experience with The Art Commission and DevJoist, Aaron will discuss A/B testing as it relates to website landing pages as well as email marketing.

ABOUT DEVJOIST
DevJoist is version control for your database schema. Build your schema with the available full-featured tools or import from an existing database. Easily create, upgrade and downgrade scripts to migrate from one version to another.

Diff & merge your schema, say hello to 3-click migration scripts (and goodbye to extra coding) and best of all, enjoy DevJoist for free at devjoist.com.

"Strategic Alignment: Staying in Tune for Greater Success"
Susan K. Wehrley

While Strategic Planning is key to the success of any entrepreneur or established business; equally as important is discernment and flexibility in this ever-changing world. Learn five simple steps to trust yourself as you make decisions to further your growth.

ABOUT SUSAN
As an entrepreneur and strategic empowerment coach for almost 25 years, Susan K. Wehrley has helped hundreds of companies and thousands of executives and entrepreneurs reach their goals. She is President and CEO of Susan K. Wehrley & Associates, Inc. (her consulting practice) and BIZremedies (her online growth community). She has also written five books, with her latest release being, "Ignite 'The Plan' To Live your American Dream."

 

 

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS

Translator
Translator is an experience design agency located in Milwaukee’s Third Ward. They work with a variety of local and national clients who come to them with business and marketing problems both large and small. They offer three unique services: Agency: their brand platform solutions, Lab: for exploratory ideation and consulting, and Studio: for new product and platform development. Translator also sponsors weekly Open Lab and a quarterly series called Experience Series Milwaukee, with the goal of bringing a new way of thinking and interaction to the community. Learn more at http://www.translatormke.com

Milwaukee Brewing Co.
Find out what's on tap at http://mkebrewing.com/

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  • Mike B.

    A/B Testing was awesome and fun(nel!) Susan pitched her book, her accomplishments, and did 1/2 as much in twice the time!

    May 22, 2013

    • Clint L.

      Please keep an open mind. The emotional part of being an entrepreneur is real. Just Google 'entrepreneur + depression' if you don't already know about it.

      May 22, 2013

  • Paul A.

    Good info in a short to the point format

    1 · May 22, 2013

  • Susan K. W.

    Thank you Start Up Milwaukee for the opportunity to speak last night!
    Tip for the night! Remember: Stay flexible. When you hit an obstacle breathe, ask one problem-solving question at a time, and listen...your answer will come. Stay out of fight and flight...and stay the course! Want more? Come to our learning event on Thursday, June 13, 3-5 PM at Ottawa University, Brookfield, WI 53005 Register at [masked]. www.bizremedies.com

    1 · May 22, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Interesting and informative speakers. Met some great people too!

    May 21, 2013

  • Jeff C.

    Good speakers, good information.

    May 21, 2013

  • william s.

    is there any beer there?

    May 16, 2013

  • Alicia B.

    Can't wait!!

    May 9, 2013

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