• Community Action, Economic Revitalization Networking and Monthly Programs

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Monthly Member Meeting

Monthly Member Meeting

  • Thursday, December 20, 2018
  • 12:00 - 1:15 PM
  • General luncheon
  • Breakwater
    • 6308 Metropolitan Lane, Monona
  • This month: Patrick Marsh, City of Fitchburg, North Fish Hatchery Road Reconstruction and City of Fitchburg updates
  • Register Here - registration is required and closes Tuesday, December 18

Annual SMBA Business Expo - Extreme Networking Event!

  • Thursday, January 17, 2019
  • Coliseum Bar & Grill, 2nd Floor (232 E Olin Ave)
  • 4pm - 7pm
  • Free admission
  • Free drinks and appetizers
  • Tons of exhibitors and door prizes
  • EXTREME networking!

Exhibitors can register here.

Note that there is not a luncheon in January.

SMBA Goals

1. Improve the economic vitality of the South Metropolitan Area through continued activism, leadership and community planning.

2. Grow and diversify SMBA by encouraging membership and community involvement by reaching out to all businesses within the district.

3. Maintain a vital and active membership that is knowledgeable of the challenges and opportunities within the community.

4. Increase participation and diversity of the SMBA Board, Committees and/or Task Forces, and general membership to reflect the make-up of the community and its businesses.

5. Strive to continuously improve the relevance and quality of monthly meetings, along with all associated programs/presentations to benefit and best meet the needs of the membership.

6. Increase SMBA's organization recognition and visibility within the community through media publicity and event promotion.

Contact SMBA

P.O. Box 259893
Madison, WI 53725-9893
Email: SMBA Administrator

The purpose of the South Metropolitan Business Association (SMBA) is to promote and improve the business environment in the Cities of Madison and Fitchburg and the Town of Madison by encouraging well planned, high-quality and balanced commercial and residential development and economic growth.