In Madison, is taking increasingly different forms in diverse locations, including Madworks Coworking located at URP.
A new generation of entrepreneurs and their partners are building Wisconsin’s 21st century “knowledge economy” on a foundation that has long included expertise in manufacturing and agriculture, but which has expanded to include health care, software, financial services, energy innovation and more.
We are still looking for yoga sponsors for 2017. If you or your company would like to sponsor half a session of lunch time yoga we we would be happy to have you.
A $10 million commercial biotech plant laboratory in Middleton that helped develop genetically modified plants and crops was donated by Monsanto Co. to UW-Madison, which has made it the hub of a new crop research center.
Hyde, the Milwaukee-based life vest startup, benefited from its participation in the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
Madworks Accelerator is accepting applications for its Spring 2017 cohort, which will be primarily focused on food and beverage startups.
Bunker Labs’ Innovator Academy is designed for aspiring entrepreneurs to start and grow their businesses, including working professionals who want to validate a business idea before disrupting full-time employment to pursue it.
Madison area startups now account for at least 825 full-time and 300 part-time employees — or a total of 1,125 people — according to a recent Capital Entrepreneurs survey.
Capio Biosciences, a startup company that is working to fight cancer, moved to Madison’s University Research Park from Chicago, bringing along its first round of funds from investors.
The BioForward leadership team represents the state’s world-class health sector, actively working on new innovations to improve healthcare worldwide.