Since its inception in 2004, more than 2,600 entries have been received across four categories – advanced manufacturing, business services, information technology and life sciences.
The top 12 finalists, or “Diligent Dozen,” will square-off with presentations at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference on June 3 in Madison. (David Buslee, Balanz)
“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 more than 280 unique Wisconsin communities have participated in the Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
All category winners, including the Grand Prize winner, will be announced during the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference on June 4 in Madison. (Fred Montgomery, NitricGen)
Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council, gives an introduction to the 2014 Wis. Governors Business Plan Contest.