Madworks, gBETA accelerators graduate their latest classes, including 2 startups that serve caregivers
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Madworks, gBETA accelerators graduate their latest classes, including 2 startups that serve caregivers

Madworks, gBETA accelerators graduate their latest classes, including 2 startups that serve caregivers

Madworks and gener8tor’s gBETA program in Madison both wrapped up their fall sessions recently. That means a total of 10 local startups have gone through the paces and come out with a new understanding of how to make a mark in today’s business world.

At Madworks, all five of the startups dealt with human resources-type issues, and two focused on the needs of caregivers.

 

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