The Kenosha Startup Week will begin on November 6 and continue until November 12. The days will witness a number of activities and events. Two community events will be sponsored by Kenosha Creative Space. The program on November 8 will be 'The Changing Nature of Work: Entrepreneurship as the New Normal'. This program will explore how people earn their money in the region. The event will also showcase Kenall Manufacturing, the area's one of many newest innovation hubs.
Startup week and entrepreneurship
The Kenosha Startup Week constitutes a number of events brought together to enable a number of entrepreneurs, leaders, and investors from all over the region to share, innovate, and celebrate while engaging quality entrepreneurship all over the southeastern part of Wisconsin.
The future of entrepreneurship will be discussed by Jeremy Fojut. The latter is chief idea officer of NEWaukee, talent attraction agency working out of Milwaukee. The agency also helps in retention of talent. This discussion will cover a broad range of subjects like the need to remain entrepreneurial. It will explain how this remains valid over a wide range of industries and professional fields. The list of panelists will include Randy Hernandez, the Executive Vice President of Kenall responsible for operations. There will also be two representatives from member organizations of Kenosha Creative Space. They are Samantha Jacquest and David Jones of Blue House Books and Center for Collaborative Research respectively. This event will take place from 8 to 10 in the morning at the Kenall Manufacturing office. Attendees will enjoy a tour of the ultra-modern facility set up by the specialty lighting manufacturer.
Kenosha Creative Space
Hernandez said that they are excited to work with Kenosha Creative Space. He added that his company eagerly awaits to see the Kenall/Creative event to take place at their facility. He is a member of Board of Directors of Kenosha Creative Space as well. Hernandez said that his company supports the Kenosha art efforts as the action increases opportunities in attracting excellent employees and also retain them in this area.
Kenosha Creative Space will play host to Wisconsin Humanities Council Shoptalk scheduled to be held on November 10 at five in the evening. The venue will be The Coffee Pot located at 4914 Seventh Avenue. This event will see Jon Shelton of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay examining the recent shift from the standard workplace to a fresh generation of entrepreneurs and independent workers. Participants will be served refreshments. Cash bars will be present.