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Tuesday

Chamber 101: Maximize Your Membership Benefits, 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce, Gateway Plaza, 200 Washington St., Suite 120, Wausau. Online registration open. 715-845-6231, www.wausauchamber.com.

Technology Tuesdays: Google Analytics 101, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce. Learn to build a successful website. Presenter: Gary Reissmann, Virtual Vision Computing Co., will discuss the basics of Google Analytics, meta tags - what are they and how to use them - and tying both together for search engine optimization. Free for members but registration is required. $15 for nonmembers. www.wausauchamber.com, or contact Heather at hmartell@wausauchamber.com, 715-848-5953.

SABA February Business Luncheon, 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greenwood Hills Country Club, 2002 Poplar Lane, Wausau. Topic is "Healthy Living: How to Incorporate Exercise Into Your Daily Routine" featuring Shannon Wagman, Health & Wellness director at the Woodson YMCA-Aspirus Branch. Contact Dianne, 715-355-1255 or admin@southareabusiness.com; www.southareabusiness.com. $15. Make checks payable to South Area Business Association.

Wednesday

Growing Your Business Through Government Sales, 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., Entrepreneurial & Education Center, 100 N. 72nd Ave., Wausau. Learn how to sell to the federal government and its prime contractors. Presenter is Joseph Smetak, Business Outreach Specialist from the Wisconsin Procurement Institute Office. $20, $30 for prospective members. $5 online discount. Heather Martell at hmartell@wausauchamber.com or 715-848-5953.

Thursday

Positive Power of Servant Leadership, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Howard Johnson Inn and Conference Center, 2101 N. Mountain Road, Rib Mountain. Workplaces are experiencing challenges of increased human need, scarce resources and higher levels of accountability. Servant-led organizations are meeting these challenges. Presenter is Thomas A. Thibodeau. Online registration open. www.wausauchamber.com, 715-845-6231. $35, $5 online discount.

Small Business Counseling, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by appointment only, Clark County Economic Development Corporation's office, Loyal. Confidential no-cost consulting and strategic facilitation. If you own or manage a small business and are looking for ways to improve and grow your business or have an idea for a business venture and want to know how to get started, you might want to take advantage of this service. 715-255-9151 or email sheila@clark-cty-wi.org.

Friday

Wisconsin River quality symposium: "Progress Through Partnerships," 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Dreyfus University Center, Alumni Room, 1015 Reserve St., Stevens Point. Register at www.uwsp.edu/cnr/uwexlakes/Registration, contact Nancy Turyk, water resource scientist, at 715-346-4155 or email wisriver@uwsp.edu. Receive updates on water quality conditions and the process for finding the total maximum daily load (the maximum amount of pollutant a body of water can receive while still meeting water quality standards) for the Wisconsin River, its tributaries and reservoirs. Also on the agenda are case studies on the formation and successes of water quality partnerships, obtaining topic-specific advice from "Ask an Expert" discussions and networking opportunities.

Feb. 20

Business PM: Jalapenos, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Jalapenos Mexican Restaurante & Bar, 300 N. Third St., Wausau. $5 early bird, $10 after Feb. 15, $15 at door for members; $30 for nonmembers. Online registration open. www.wausauchamber.com.

Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Awards Night, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., The Ridges 2311 Griffith Ave., Wisconsin Rapids. Krista, 715-422-4860, or email programs@wisconsinrapidschamber.com. Awards for Entrepreneur of the Year, Business of the Year, Community Spirit, Shining Star, Innovative Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year. Rep. Bob Kulp is keynote speaker. $40 per person. Krista Coon at 715-422-4860 or email programs@wisconsinrapidschamber.com.

Economic Outlook 2014 breakfast, 7:15 a.m., Jefferson Street Inn, 201 Jefferson St., Wausau. Chief economist Dennis Winters talks about the national economic forecast, results of a regional economic survey and how the regional economy compares to the national economy. $30 early bird discount, $40 for members starting Feb. 13, receive $5 online discount; $50 for prospective members. Heather Martell at hmartell@wausauchamber.com or 715-848-5953.

Entrepreneurial Boot Camp, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Wausau Business Development Center, 100 N. 72nd Ave., Wausau. An intensive learning program to train potential entrepreneurs. Boot Camp is to provide participants with a working tool they can utilize in business development, including marketing, accounting, legal aspects and success stories. Romey Wagner, 715-848-2016; romey@wausauincubator.com; growingyourbusinesswausau.com click on workshops.

Feb. 21

Entrepreneurial Boot Camp, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. , Wausau Business Development Center, 100 N. 72nd Ave., Wausau. Romey Wagner, 715-848-2016; romey@wausauincubator.com; growingyourbusinesswausau.com click on workshops.

Feb. 22

Entrepreneurial Boot Camp, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. , Wausau Business Development Center, 100 N. 72nd Ave., Wausau. Romey Wagner, 715-848-2016; romey@wausauincubator.com; growingyourbusinesswausau.com click on workshops.

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