November 14, 2017 8:00AM - 4:00PM

Join us at the Radisson in Green Bay

The Details

Join 400 other business owners for a day of education, inspiration and information. Network with others to help your business reach Peak Performance!

Price for Attendees

The cost for this all day event is $79.00 per person. Save $20 by registering early.

Really Early Bird $59 (Until July 1, 2017)

Early Bird - $69 (July 2 - Sep 1 2017)

Regular Price - $79 (Sep 2 - Nov 13, 2017)

Day of Registration - $99 (Nov 14, 2017)

Purchase Tickets

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Our Objective

The purpose of the Business Success Summit is to inform, educate and inspire business owners in Northeast Wisconsin. This event will be the premier business conference of 2017. The summit will host keynote speakers, workshops and breakout sessions on a variety of timely topics that affect business owners and managers. Attendees will also have time to network and establish strategic partnerships.


A block of rooms has been reserved for attendees and vendors at the Radisson Hotel (same location as the Business Summit). Please call (920) 494-7300 to book your room. When calling, please state that you are with NWTC – Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. The block of rooms will be released on 10/23 - so book early!


Overall timeline and agenda for 2017 event.


8:00AM - 8:30AM


9:00AM - 2:15PM


2:30PM - 3:30PM

Opening Session

9:00AM - 9:45AM
Keynote Speaker

Breakout Sessions

9:45AM - 11:30PM
Complete Summit program coming soon.

Breakout sessions will provide detailed, hands on learning opportunities for attendees. Receive expert advice in topic areas that include funding, marketing, intellectual property, legal, peer-to-peer learning, and more. Please visit our ‘Speakers’ page to learn more.


11:30PM - 12:30PM
Complimentary Lunch, Feature Presentation: Boys & Girls Club Green Bay

Breakout Sessions

12:30PM - 2:15PM
Complete Summit program coming soon.

Closing Session

2:30PM - 3:30PM
Closing Session Speaker: Mark Burwell, UrbanHope