• Madison, WI –– On the evening of December 7th, clients, partners, and friends gathered for a fun and festive mixer with the tenants of the Excelsior Financial Centre, located at 8000 Excelsior Drive. The annual event, which started in 2009, brought in over 200 guests. As the name implies, the structure was “open house” style. Offices were opened and guests could roam from floor to floor and office to office. Not only was it a great way to show appreciation to business partners, but it was an excellent opportunity for the tenants to meet their neighbors in the building.

  • Madison, WI –– SupraNet Communications, a local business-to-business Internet Service Provider, has been awarded, for the second year in a row, the 2010 InBusiness Executive Choice Award for “Preferred Local IT Consultant.” In addition to winning this title, SupraNet was also named a finalist in the category of “Preferred Website Services Company” – a first time nomination for SupraNet.

  • Madison, WI –– This holiday season, SupraNet Communications helped spread cheer by volunteering for the Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Kettle Campaign. From 8:00am-8:00pm on Friday, December 3rd, SupraNet staff members took turns ringing bells at the Walgreen’s on Old Sauk Rd. The Salvation Army estimates that having staffed kettles can bring in over $45 an hour. In total, SupraNet helped raise $833 that day – or $69 per hour! SupraNet plans to match 50% of this, for a total of $1,249 raised.

  • MADISON, WI - Nov. 3, 2010 - Bryan Chan, president and founder of SupraNet Communications, Inc., is the gracious recipient of a 2010 Indie Award. The Indie Awards, presented by Isthmus Publishing and Heartland Credit Union, recognize local business leaders who enrich our society by means of sustainability, innovation, and advocacy for their local community. Nominations were collected throughout the month of September.

  • On February 1, 2006 SupraNet Communications held a ribbon cutting ceremony to kick off a recent partnership with Aidmatrix Foundation. In response to the unprecedented series of natural disasters for which Aidmatrix is providing support, it is teaming up with SupraNet to help in the fight for those suffering from disasters around the world. Aidmatrix' CEO & President Governor Scott McCallum joined SupraNet CEO Bryan Chan at the ceremony in Madison.