Category: ‘News & Events’

The Commons To Present At Jake’s

Jake’s Cafe- There will be an informational briefing about The Commons, an entrepreneurial skills accelerator based in Milwaukee that focuses on developing the entrepreneurial mindset in college and high school students. After a successful pilot program in Sheboygan in March, The Commons is looking to Sheboygan to be the first in its plans for statewide […] Read more

Sep, 07, 2017

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Mara’s Coffee Shop at Jake’s Cafe

Beginning September 5th, Rebecca Fralik will be opening  up a coffee shop at Jake’s Cafe.  It will be called “Mara’s” named after her six year old daughter.  “Food has always been a huge passion of mine,” says Rebecca, “I’ve done private catering/contract cooking as a side gig for the past thirteen years or so, and […] Read more

Aug, 29, 2017

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The $30 Jake’s DayPass

Jake’s Cafe now offers a $30 Co Work DayPass (8am-5pm) for those in need of occasional workspace. This comes with a complimentary cup of coffee, wi-fi, a mind blowing work environment and the opportunity to mix and mingle with interesting people from a diverse base of businesses.  Malyssa Gabrielson, our  full-time receptionist and office manager, […] Read more

Aug, 28, 2017

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“Jake” Joins Lakeland University Staff

Sheboygan- Tryg Jacobson, founder and owner of Sheboygan-based Jake’s Cafe, will join Lakeland University’s staff  this fall semester as their first “Executive in Residence”.  He will maintain regular hours on campus to interact and consult with the university’s staff and students, and will also teach a course in branding called “Brand Anatomy”.  The class will […] Read more

Aug, 16, 2017

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Art Exhibition: Chad Matha

A wonderful art exhibition will unfold next Sunday, August 13th from 5 to 8pm at Jake’s Cafe. Chad Matha, a former Innovative Fellowship recipient, will share his work in a gallery showing titled “HEART IN THE CITY, HEAD IN THE CLOUDS” featuring collaborations with Cooper O’Connell, Jenny Conrardy, and Karissa Kidder. The exhibition will include: […] Read more

Aug, 07, 2017

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Jake’s Strong Ginger Tea

Jake’s Strong Ginger Tea was developed four years ago by Tryg Jacobson as a nutraceutical aid to combat acid reflux.  It started as a small brewing operation in the Jacobson kitchen and has since moved to Nourish Kitchens where they now have brewing capacity of up to 85 growlers per day. The 64 ounce growlers are currently […] Read more

Jul, 27, 2017

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Branding Seminar At Jake’s Cafe

Branding is an important piece of marketing, whether you’re promoting a product, company, service or yourself. Learn the fundamentals of good branding and why all brands must have a powerful driving force to be successful. We’ll study major consumer brands to see how they do it, and how you can apply the same principles to […] Read more

Jul, 10, 2017

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Free YogaMotion Workshop

YogaMotion will leave you feeling both refreshed and invigorated. Learn how to develop better balance, flexibility, body and breath control and, over time, truly understand the meaning of combining body, mind, and spirit. You’ll enjoy a blend of five distinct forms or movements that will focus on slow, flowing motions to develop  flexibility, balance, stamina and an […] Read more

May, 17, 2017

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CERES Offers Free I/P Patent Clinic

IP Attorney, Mandy L.  Tran will be offering a FREE SUMMER IP STRATEGY CLINIC this summer. Consultations will be private and offered on an appointment basis.  This is an opportunity for one-on-one confidential meeting to discuss your intellectual property interests and its impact on your business ventures.  Reservation only, please fill out contact form at https://www.ceresgo.com.  Jake’s Cafe […] Read more

May, 17, 2017

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Local Sponsors Sought to Back Innovative New Partnership with Colleges at Jake’s Café

SHEBOYGAN- Imagine a place with a program where the area’s best and brightest college students could collaborate with Sheboygan County companies to solve business problems. It could happen at Jake’s Cafe this fall, if the results of a recently held pilot program attract the necessary sponsors.

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