Where are Sustainability Roundtables operating?

The intention of the roundtables is to provide a local and easily accessible resource for businesses that doesn’t require excess travel or time to attend. With that in mind the territory boundaries are approximately an hour’s drive from the region’s center.  There is some overlap in the roundtable territories.  In those cases, member companies can easily attend either roundtable provided there is an available seat and there isn’t an issue with competitive industries.

In Wisconsin (our origin)

Milwaukee Sustainability Roundtable operates in the Metro-Milwaukee area (approximately a 45-mile radius from the City of Milwaukee: North to Sheboygan/Kohler; West to Johnson Creek/Delevan;  and South to the Illinois  border – Kenosha, Racine, Burlington) – see map

Madison Sustainability Roundtable is currently being created and will operate in the greater Madison area (i.e. within a 45-mile radius of the City of Madison, including: Beloit, Dodgeville, Johnson Creek, Spring Green, and Wisconsin Dells). – see map

New North Sustainability Roundtable is currently being created and will operate within the northeastern region of Wisconsin know as the New North (i.e. within a 50-mile radius of the City of Appleton, including: Door County, Fon du Lac, Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marionette, Stevens Point).  – see map

NW Wisconsin Sustainability Roundtable is being investigated for a potential launch in 3rd Quarter 2016.  It operates in the western region of Wisconsin (i.e. within a 75-mile radius of the City of Eau Claire, including: Eastern Twin Cities area, Hudson, La Crosse and Red Wing, MN).

Other regions? 
 Sustainability Roundtables is open to expanding into other regions in the Midwest or areas of the U.S., please contact Matthew Rochte to discuss opportunities via the form below. Currently there is interest in an Orlando-Tampa, FL group.
Contact us if you are interested in starting a roundtable in your region