Want to win the Governor’s Business Plan Contest? Learn ins and outs at Jan. 19 Tech Council webinar

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Want to win the Governor’s Business Plan Contest? Learn ins and outs at Jan. 19 Tech Council webinar

January 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

BPC logoThe mission of the Governor’s Business Plan Contest is to encourage entrepreneurs in the startup stage of tech-enabled businesses in Wisconsin. The contest links up-and-coming entrepreneurs with a statewide network of community resources, expert advice, high-quality education, management talent and possible sources of capital.

Produced by the Wisconsin Technology Council and a growing list of partners, the Governor’s Business Plan Contest engages contestants in a five-month process that includes the opportunity to work with mentors and receive feedback from judges. It also leads to valuable public and media exposure for the top business plans and helps spur economic growth in Wisconsin.

A recent finalist, a veteran contest judge and contest organizers will provide tips on how to win the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest during a 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19 webinar hosted by the Wisconsin Technology Council.

The 19th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest is accepting entries online for the 2022 competition until 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 31, 2022, so the webinar is a timely chance to learn more.

Over time, more than 4,300 entries have been received in the contest, which links up-and-coming entrepreneurs with a statewide network of community resources, expert advice and mentoring, management talent, and possible sources of capital.

This event is free to attend. Click here to register. The Tech Council’s Julie Johnson will be sending webinar credentials prior to the event. Panelists are:

  • Bre Loughlin of Nurse Disrupted, the Information Technology Category first place winner of the 2021 contest;
  • Long-time contest judge and Tech Council board member Jonathan Fritz, who has been an investor, business attorney and entrepreneur, and;
  • Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council

“Our panel will provide tips and advice on how to make your initial 250-word entry the best it can be,” Still said. “Also, you’ll hear more about resources you can tap along the way.”

The webinar is sponsored by the UW-Madison Office of Business Engagement.

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Online Event

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Wisconsin Technology Council
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