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Governor's Trailblazer Award for Women in Business

Trail∑ blaz∑ er 
'trAl-"blA-z&r'  noun  1. one that blazes a trail to guide others; 2. one that discovers a way; 3. a person that originated or helps open up a new line of thought or activity or new method or technical development.

 

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter (@WIWomen) for a Year of Trailblazers featuring current and past winners of this prestigious women's business award! #WITrailblazer

 

Nominate a Woman-Owned Business!

2016 Governor's Trailblazer Awards 

Nomination Form

 

2014 Trailblazer Awards

Meet the 2014 Trailblazer Award Recipients!

A.J. Wholesale Produce (Sheboygan)
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D & G Insulation, Inc. (Brookfield)
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DUECO, Inc. (Waukesha)
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InteriorLOGIC, Inc. (Madison)
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Laurel and Associates, Ltd. (Madison)
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Malone's Fine Sausage, Inc. (Milwaukee)
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Meetings and Incentives Worldwide, Inc. (Caledonia)
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Purple Door Ice Cream, LLC (Milwaukee)
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State Electric Supply (Janesville)

Stowell Associates, Inc. (Milwaukee)
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> Top Workplace in SE WI (2014) Award from the Journal Sentinel

The Tribute Companies, Inc. (Hartland)
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Zilli Hospitality Group (Waukesha)
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Statewide Press Release (Office of the Governor)

 

Learn more:

Past Award Winners

About the Awards

Meet the Sponsors 

 

Private sector businesses are key to our stateís job creation strategies. We are fortunate to have many women who have started a business and now employ their fellow Wisconsinites. I hope that these nominees can serve as role models to other women who are considering opening a business and creating jobs.  

Governor Scott Walker

 

Women-owned businesses are leading the way in our new economy,Ē said Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. ďAs our state regains its economic strength, itís critical that we recognize the leadership these women have demonstrated in running their own businesses and creating family-sustaining jobs. They are truly role models for taking an all-hands-on-deck approach to moving our state forward.

Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch 

 

2014 Trailblazers 
2014 Trailblazer Award Recipients

photo by Bruce Fritz Photography
2014 Bruce Fritz

Photo Album (2007-2012 Award Recipients)

 

 


 

 For more information, contact:

 

Christine Lidbury

Executive Director

phone: 608 / 266-2219

email: womenscouncil@wisconsin.gov 

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