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From Rustbelt to Techtown: Milwaukee is Building a New Image and a New Economic Reality.

MILWAUKEE Dean Amhaus, the image-conscious president of Spirit of Milwaukee, wont even mention the title of that 1970s sitcom featuring two ditzy women who worked at a Milwaukee brewery. The name of the show (lets call it L and S, in respect to Amhaus) is banned from his vocabulary and he pleads with others to do the same.
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In addition, the report inventoried trends relating to the characteristics, demographics and industry segmentation of these firms to determine which types of development plans and programs could accelerate their......

Full article >>> ght managers and communicating the message that a knowledge-based economy is metro Milwaukees future.

Fortunately, all of those ideas are being tackled in one form or another. Milwaukee will not catch up to the nations tech centers overnight, but the foundation for a city that need not apologize for its economy or its image is being laid.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 12/14/03


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