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Executive Register

IB names the top business and civic leadership in the Greater Madison region in its annual Executive Register, published in the July print issue of In Business magazine. Approximately 1,000 business professionals with executive titles, and responsibilities for staff and budget, have the required combination of business expertise and community service. To be considered, applicants submit an online professional directory profile and click the "consider me for the Executive Register" option. Honorees are selected in June and notified in July, with a private reception event hosted by IB in September.

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40 Under 40 Directory

This directory offers a cumulative look at the honorees of In Business magazine's annual 40 Under 40 issue. Since its inception as a print story, the 40 Under 40 has grown to include video, web, and event coverage of Greater Madison's best young talent. The career benefits of being named to the prestigious group of young leaders profiled in this section is self-obvious, and so there are always more applicants than slots, and nominees from one year are encouraged to re-apply if not selected (as long as application deadline predates a 40th or later birthday).  We are now accepting applications for the 2014 class. Honorees will have made a significant contribution to their industry and/or to the community.

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7 Over 70 Directory

This is a cumulative directory of people over the age of 70 who have been recognized by In Business magazine for their ongoing contributions to the Greater Madison business community. It is not to be confused with our Hall of Fame award for a legacy body of work (see below). Applicants must be employed and/or still actively contributing to a business or enterprise in the Greater Madison marketplace.

 

 

Hall of Fame 

This is a cumulative directory of people honored in IB's annual Hall of Fame issue of In Business magazine. Honorees are selected by the previous year's class, with selection criteria determined by the In Business editorial team. Winners are recognized for having created a legacy body of work which has positively impacted not only the community, but also their industry or profession. This is the "gold standard" to which other business and community leaders aspire. All nominations originate with the selection committee. 


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Association Directory

A list of Greater Madison business associations including chambers, trade associations, membership groups, etc. Make sure your organization is listed with meeting times, places, and contact information!

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