Ixonia Bank is at its core a community bank, and we understand that small, minority-, and women-owned businesses are critical to a vibrant local economy.
We are dedicated to serving the needs of these businesses because of their ability to positively impact local institutions, communities, and families. When you partner with Ixonia Bank, you can expect to have access to local decision-makers and connections with well-respected leaders and experts. Are you interested in more information on how Ixonia Bank can help your business succeed? Or do you have something you want to learn more about? Let us know!
Tools for Growing Your Business
An inspiring luncheon and panel event that features women that are making a significant impact in the Milwaukee community. Thank you to our wonderful moderator, Linda Gorens-Levey, and our impressive panel of Erickajoy Daniels, Dana Guthrie, Vicki J. Martin, and Caitlin Cullen for sharing your passion and commitment to shaping Milwaukee’s future.
Sue McKenzie Dicks, Vice President of Healthy Culture at Rogers Behavioral Health & Director of Rogers InHealth, shared some resources and strategies as we consider what we can do to support mental wellbeing, resilience, and a healthy workplace culture, especially in these unusual times.
Kris Falkner shared stories about how she became a leader of a multi-generational family-owned business, the obstacles she’s encountered along the way, and how she significantly grew her company while remaining committed to social responsibility.
Suzanne Kelley provided an update on the current state of Waukesha County’s business community and shared insights into what shaped her career to help prepare her to lead such a vital organization.
Ryan Detrick, CMT® is a sought-after member of the LPL Research, Market Insight Team. In this webinar he provided us Economic Update as well as insights into where we could be headed in 2021.
With the workplace challenged more than ever, there is a business case for leaders to invest in Emotional Intelligence (EQ) so their companies can cope & thrive in these difficult times. Listen to this webinar to learn more.
In this content piece provided by Wendy Baumann, President and Chief Visionary Officer of The Wisconsin Women’s Business Corporation (WWBIC), discover your “why” and use it to achieve your business goals.
Becoming a certified Women-Owned Small Business may be worthwhile. Most public organizations and government purchasing agencies have programs for allotting a certain percentage of business to women-owned companies.
Through SCORE SE Wisconsin, you can get free business advice from volunteer experts who have experience in your industry right here where you live and work. There are also a number of workshops available through each chapter of SCORE.
This 30-minute video course provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is designed to provide an overview of federal contract procedures and describe how to sell to the government.
A recap of the insights Tina Chang of Syslogic shared at Ixonia Bank’s Women in Business Speakers Series event titled “Women Driving Innovation.”
Business Insights Videos
Dave Bauer, Chief Investment Officer of Lubar & Co., and Ixonia Bank Director, draws on his extensive background in the acquisition process to offer valuable tips to businesses looking to purchase or sell a business.
Sheldon Lubar, Founder & Chairman of Lubar & Co., and Ixonia Bank Director, shares his thoughts on why it’s important for the success of the business to have management who can cope and adapt to change.