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Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 4:00 pm

Economic forecast slated

Bud Gayhart, director of the Small Wisconsin Business Development Center, will be featured in a seven-part series for small business beginning Thursday at Vision Beloit, 500 Public Ave., Beloit.

The first in the series of presentation will be titled “Economic Forecast: What it Means for Your Business.” The presentation is set for noon Thursday at Vision Beloit.

The other sessions will be held at noon on the first Thursday of the month through April 4.

For information, call the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce at 608-365-8835.

 

Bryden’s hosts BAH

The Business After Hours event for October will be held from 5 - 7 p.m. Oct. 10 at Bryden Motors.

Local business officials can visit Bryden Motors, 548 Broad St., Beloit and see what is new at the facility.

Appetizers, drinks and door prizes will be part of the event. The cost is $5 for Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce members and $10 for non-members.

For information, call the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce at 608-365-8835.

 

Comply 365 open house

Comply 365 will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house Nov. 2 at its new Beloit location at 655 Third St., Suite 365, Beloit.

The open house will be held from 4 - 6 p.m. with the ribbon-cutting ceremony set for 4:30 p.m. Visitors will be able to tour the facility and meet the staff of the business.

The event also will mark the business’s fifth anniversary.

Comply 365 is a software design and development company which was founded by Kerry and Dude Frank. The company recently announced it is moving from its facility in Roscoe to Beloit.

 

Extinguisher simulator

ABC Fire and Safety Inc. has upgraded its fire extinguishing training to include a Bull Ex-Simulator.

Now training on fire extinguishers can be done virtually anywhere. The simulator senses where the user aims and sweeps the laser training extinguisher and automatically varies the LED driven digital flames in response. The trainees can learn how to effectively use a fire extinguisher without the cost and clean-up associated with using dry-chemical or CO2 extinguishers.

The electronic control system responds to the trainee’s actions and only puts the fire out when the extinguisher is used correctly.

ABC Fire and Safety, at 2407 Riverside Drive, Beloit, has provided service to southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois for 49 years.

 

Manufacturer of Year

Nominations are being accepted for the 2012 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Awards.

The deadline to submit nominations is Dec. 3. The winners will be named during ceremonies set for Feb. 28 at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee. 

Winners will be named in four different categories based on size of the business. There also is the new Workforce Development Grand Award highlighting innovative workforce development best practices. Self-nomination is encouraged.

Nomination forms and other information can be found at the website at www.wimoty.com or by calling 800-362-7301.

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