Open House Set for Enterprise Center Grand Opening

  • Location: Enterprise Center at Blackhawk Technical College, Monroe. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
  • Start Date: 04/19/2018
  • End Date: 04/19/2018

MONROE – The Enterprise Center is ready to help transform business in Green County, and the public is invited to celebrate its grand opening at an Open House on Thursday, April 19.

Entrepreneurs, business owners, elected officials and community members are invited to an Open House from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Enterprise Center at Blackhawk Technical College, 210 4th Ave., Monroe. Guests may enter through the north door of BTC, across from Alp & Dell Cheese Store.

The Enterprise Center is a partnership between BTC and Green County Development Corporation. The center evolved after BTC President Tracy Pierner approached GCDC with a proposal to use the north end of Monroe’s BTC campus as a business development center.

BTC generously revitalized the 2,850-square-foot facility and today the Enterprise Center is a dedicated, flexible use space that can serve many different purposes for entrepreneurs and small business owners. The center includes board rooms, a seminar room and conference rooms that are equipped with the latest technology and high speed internet. The Enterprise Center has room for business owners to:

  • work one-on-one with GCDC’s free, confidential business consultants or their own clients
  • host presentations for small groups and high-level meetings
  • attend business development seminars
  • and have the opportunity for peer networking and learning.

The Open House will include tours of the newly-repurposed space. Partners will also be available to discuss how GCDC and its partners work together to strengthen businesses in Green County.

In addition, the Enterprise Center will host a rotating art display by the Driftless Area Artists. The Open House will also serve as an opening reception for this exhibit.

GCDC, a multi-jurisdictional economic development corporation, was formed to bring professional economic development expertise to its member communities to create a competitive advantage to spur job creation and new investments. The organization is building the economic future of Green County communities and businesses through public-private partnerships.