Two Madison-based startups that aim to fill hiring gaps in the restaurant industry, and for college students seeking internships, have taken the top two spots at a local, high-profile pitching competition.
That's compared to the average industry wait time of six months to a year.
The four women entrepreneurs from Dane County who are set to pitch at Doyenne Group’s virtual fall showcase this week all have something in common: taking a leap of faith to become an entrepreneur during the pandemic.
Andy Richards, director of the University of Wisconsin’s Office of Discovery to Product, and Michelle Somes-Booher, director of the UW-Madison Small Business Development Center, talk to Nora Roughen-Schmidt.
Topics include the company's diversity efforts, its response to COVID-19 and how it is using social media to connect its thousands of employees.
Rachel Sattler and Kim Curran started DaneMAC to connect survivors with a network of community resources.
Madison-based startup RehabPath is expanding its product line of websites to help clients find treatment options for addiction, as well as other mental health ailments like depression and anxiety.
The Innovate 608 podcast is for professionals on the go. It’s about entrepreneurship — the journey, the community and a place to hear about bo…
Madison's Pill Skills, LLC, is among 12 burgeoning Wisconsin startups now able to receive a collective $220,000 in grants from a seed fund housed in Downtown.
Weaver is the founder and CEO of AirDeck, an online document narration platform.
Khalif El-Amin tells Innovate 608 about his path to success as the co-founder and COO of Young Enterprising Society.
As the criminal trial of Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Homes begins, Bloomberg’s Joel Rosenblatt looks at how a jury that understands startu…
Aug.30 -- As the criminal trial of Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Homes begins, Bloomberg’s Joel Rosenblatt looks at how a jury that understa…
The governor sat for an interview with Nora Roughen-Schmidt for the fourth episode of the Innovate 608 podcast.
Max Fergus discusses how he helped build the fast-growing social media app LUM from the ground up.
Co-founder Ben Camp talks about his start-up's ethical approach to connecting addicts with recovery resources.
Heather Wentler, executive director of the Doyenne Group, shares tips for female entrepreneurs and discusses the tragedy of losing her business partner Amy Gannon in 2019.
From the electric guitar to stem cell therapies, entrepreneurs have demonstrated incredible ingenuity throughout Wisconsin’s history. Yet in r…
Find out which American cities are the most polluted, plus the state of press freedom around the world, and more of this week's trends in data…
Fresh shellfish is hard to come by in Wisconsin and the Midwest in general, but Madison-based Cultured Decadence hopes to bring lobster and other seafood to more plates in a nontraditional way.
A new generation of startups wants to disrupt the construction industry - layer by layer - by automating production with industrial 3D printers.
Entrepreneurship is one of the many ways that individuals can build wealth in America. There are nearly 170 thousand minority-owned startups in the U.S., employing over 700 thousand people and generating close to $100 billion in annual revenue.
I expected this year to write about mostly about local startups, high-tech companies and venture capital investments. While I got to do some o…
Starting Up: SimpleMachines Inc. is ready to launch a new type of computer chip that its founder said is faster and more powerful than currently available chips while using less electricity.
Starting Up: Otologic Technologies wants to use recordings during ear exams to enhance images inside the ear and compare them to a database of known ear abnormalities to make the diagnostic process more accurate.