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.
UW-Extension’s Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) is offering a matching grant of up to $75,000 to provide additional assistance to companies in the process of completing a project in the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.
A review of how far the Madison startup sector has progressed in 2016.
A UW-Madison survey found that scientists engaged in biological or physical science research are increasingly using social media to communicate with nonscientific audiences.
The Inspire Madison Region Program is designed to better connect business and education by enabling students to explore career options with local employers through experiential learning activities.
The 14th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest, designed to encourage entrepreneurs in the startup stage of tech-based businesses in Wisconsin, is accepting online entries for the 2017 competition.