Community Business Breakfasts
The Community Business Breakfast Series began with a local businessman seeking a place to gather to discuss relevant topics. This series provides local businesses, government officials, MBU faculty, staff, and students the opportunity to gain knowledge on current, relevant, and interesting topics in an inviting space. Additionally, it exposes MBU students to the surrounding business community. Come and enjoy a delicious buffet-style breakfast while you network with fellow business professionals from the Watertown community and surrounding areas. Each breakfast features a guest speaker, compelling topics, and a brief introduction to MBU. Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and the presentation starts at 7:30 a.m. Sponsorship opportunities exist for these events. Contact the MBU Development Office at 920.206.2325 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details. See below for more information and video links of previous breakfasts.
Upcoming Community Business Breakfasts
Erick Schoenberger, Treasury Management Officer of Associated Bank, will present the topic “Bank Fraud Prevention in the Age of Covid-19” virtually. Breakfast will begin at 7 AM and the presentation will follow at 7:30 AM. The cost is $5 a person for this event.
Erick Schoenberger | Associated Bank Treasury Officer
As a TMO for Associated Bank, Erick is responsible for providing Treasury Management solutions and service to customers in the Madison, Watertown, La Crosse, Eau Claire and the bank’s Texas markets. Erick has accumulated over twenty five years of treasury management experience. He has direct and management experience in operations, technical support, and relationship management and draws on this experience to help customers manage their cash cycles safely and efficiently.
In addition to having earned the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) and Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) designations, Erick has taught the CTP review class for Lakeland College.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where he was awarded a House Fellowship, Erick has a BS degree in Economics with an emphasis in math. He also earned an MBA (MIS), with distinction, from DePaul University. Having previously lived in Watertown, Erick and his wife, Ann, now live on the north side of Madison. Erick has served as a member of Madison’s Northside Economic Development Council and on the board of the Dane County Small Business Awards.