Laura King, with Elucent Medical of Madison, is the 2014 grand prize winner and Life Sciences category winner. Congratulations!
Congrats to other 2014 category winners: Henry Schwartz, MobCraft Beer (pictured); Heather Johnston, Find My Spot; and Scott Vanderbeck, Organic Research Corp.
The top 13 finalists, or “Diligent Dozen,” squared-off with presentations at the 2014 Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference on June 3 in Madison. (Will Robus, Little Green Pencil)
Since its inception in 2004, more than 2,900 entries have been received across four categories – advanced manufacturing, business services, information technology and life sciences.
“Rowheels [2012 Grand Prize winner] is creating jobs, is certified as a Qualified New Business Venture…and is raising working capital for manufacturing.” – Rimas Buinevicius, Rowheels
Since 2004, contestants from about 300 unique Wisconsin communities have participated in the Governor’s Business Plan Contest.