KABA to host ‘Kenosha and the 2020 Legacy’ virtual annual meeting | Business

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Prior to joining TIP, Roberts was Director of Business Development for Washington State and later for Texas under Governor Ann Richards. During the transition to Governor Bush’s tenure, he helped reorganize the Texas Organization for Economic Development and co-authored a new strategic plan.

KABA will also announce the results of the board election and an update on the economic development efforts of itself and Kenosha County.

KABA turns 25

In the 25th year of its existence, KABA was formed in 1996 from the merger of the Kenosha Area Development Corp. and the Kenosha Area Manufacturers Association.

Sponsors of the annual meeting include Johnson Financial Group, Zilber Property Group, Aurora Health Care, EMCO, Gateway Technical College, Riley Construction, Uline and Vrakas.

KABA offers the opportunity to participate virtually or in one of three personal locations – Carthage College, Gateway Technical College and Herzing University. The cost is $ 25 per person.

The personal venues are 25% or less busy and have COVID-19 security measures, including a mask requirement, contactless registration, and social distancing. Availability at each venue is limited and it is allocated based on availability.

To register, go to https://kabva.regfox.com/2021-kaba-annual-meeting. Contact KABA at 262-605-1100 or [email protected] for more information.

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