That range of business plans will take center stage June 2-3 at the virtual Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference.
The projects, many of them local, include nonprofit and for-profit ventures whose missions range from expanding opportunities for people with disabilities to helping corporations diversify their executive suites.
WPPI Energy president and CEO Mike Peters says communication is vital to the success of the Sun Prairie-based, member-owned operation that serves 51 local electric utilities with wholesale electric power supply, utility technologies and services.
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The seven are among 13 selected to make final presentations to a panel of judges at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference this week.
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The company has evolved from a primarily an insurance company to a financial planning firm serving the academic niche market nationwide.
Joe Scanlin is about to come down with a double case of jet lag.
Each of the startups will make a seven-minute live pitch at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference in June.
Construction of Starting Block, a Madison entrepreneurship resource center, is now underway at 821 East Washington Avenue.
As construction on the building progresses and the new group gears up for its opening next year, Chandra Miller Fienen discusses the importance of the city's startup scene, what has changed since she has been here, and what opportunities are available for women aiming to start businesses.
A Wisconsin native with years of international business expertise has been named director of the state's center for helping farmers reach the global market.
Ten are from the Madison area.
The survivors are a microcosm of Wisconsin innovation, with finalists pushing the envelope in traditional sectors — manufacturing and agriculture — as well as information technology, health care, transportation, public safety and more.
A new "hybrid hackathon and accelerator" will cater to would-be entrepreneurs still tinkering with an idea.
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Imagine snowy driveways getting cleared as homeowners stay cozy and warm in their living rooms.