Madworks Seed Accelerator Aims to Polish Startups For Gener8tor
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Madworks Seed Accelerator Aims to Polish Startups For Gener8tor

Madworks Seed Accelerator Aims to Polish Startups For Gener8tor

 

Madworks Seed Accelerator Aims to Polish Startups For Gener8tor

 

Madworks Coworking at UW Campus, a pilot seed accelerator, launches next week with a $90,000 grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Out of about 70 applicants, a group of 11 startups were accepted into the inaugural class, says Anne Smith, a co-founder of the accelerator. The startups range from data analytics to medical devices, and are headed by a mix of college students, university professors, and entrepreneurs from outside academia.”