Episode 010 – Jeremy Fojut of NEWaukee and Bruce Murphy
What's Milwaukee’s social architecture firm up to? And how does a stadium naming rights deal signal a wealth gap?
NEWaukee has made quite the name for itself in the past 10 years. Firm Chief Idea Officer Jeremy Fojut joins the podcast to discuss the future of the Night Market, the craziest thing that he’s seen at an event and what the next 10 years will bring. He also explains exactly what a “social architecture” firm is.
If you’re looking for a party, the organization is planning a 10th-anniversary bash next month.
Urban Milwaukee editor Bruce Murphy joins the show for the second half to discuss his recent article on American Family Insurance and the firm’s plan to be the new naming rights partner for Miller Park.
All of that and more with host Jeramey Jannene.
The show is recorded live on Tuesday’s at Riverwest Radio. If you want to listen live, tune it to 104.1 FM or RiverwestRadio.com Tuesday’s at 3:30 p.m. Or subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or a number of other podcast platforms.
- NEWaukee Night Market Generates $8.6 Million Impact on Local Economy in 2018
- 10th Anniversary Party
- The Wealth Gap and Miller Park
- Is the Marcus Center a Historic Building?
- Bucks Planning Sports Bar for Live Block
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