Stewart Wangard, chairman and chief executive officer of Wangard Partners Inc., said linking the future building is vital to its success. Views of the lake are important, he said, but integrating people in the new building with the rest of Milwaukee is more important.
That means passing folks from other businesses in the sidewalk, through skywalks or at nearby restaurants, Wangard said. Those meetings are the stuff that makes real business networking.
“Commerce does not function in isolation,” Wangard said. “Those interactions occur every day in Milwaukee. It’s only going to occur when you are running into other people.”
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