MADISON – More than 90 judges have volunteered to judge entries and provide feedback in the 2016 Governor’s Business Plan Contest, a record number that includes a cross-section of disciplines that help define Wisconsin’s startup culture. This year’s judging pool will also feature the strongest representation from early stage investors since the contest’s inception. About […]
Experienced mentors from across Wisconsin will be available to offer advice to contestants during the 13th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest. Initial entries of 250 words are due by 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. There is no cost to enter. Visit www.govsbizplancontest.com for more information and to get started. At any point during […]
Neil Heinen, of WISC-TV3’s “For the Record,” talks with Tech Council President Tom Still and bluDiagnostics Co-founders Katie Brenner and Jodi Schroll about the upcoming 2016 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest. bluDiagnostics was last year’s Life Sciences category winner and overall grand prize winner. Watch the show here. For more information on the contest, visit www.govsbizplancontest.com.
Join us at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at Brocach Irish Pub in Madison to learn more about the 2016 Business Plan Contest. Tom Still, Tech Council president, and Jonathan Fritz, 12-time contest judge, will offer an overview of the contest and the benefits of participating, as well as answer attendees’ questions. 6 p.m. […]
Join us at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, at the UW-Milwaukee Innovation Accelerator (1225 Discovery Parkway, Wauwatosa) to learn more about the 2016 Business Plan Contest. Tom Still, Tech Council president, and Jonathan Fritz, 12-time contest judge, will offer an overview of the contest and the benefits of participating, as well as answer attendees’ questions. There is no charge to attend. […]
By Tom Still Katie Brenner of bluDiagnostics came up with an idea of a better fertility test for women because it was a problem she once struggled with herself. Fortunately for Brenner, she’s a researcher and with the help of another scientist developed a saliva-based test called Fertility Finder. Because gee-whiz technology doesn’t magically crack […]
The 13th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest is accepting entries online for the 2016 competition until 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016.
A biomedical device that monitors fertility won the 2015 Governor’s Business Plan Contest, the Wisconsin Technology Council announced Wednesday at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference at the Alliant Energy Center.
A Madison startup whose device is aimed at helping women struggling with infertility took the grand prize in the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan contest.
For the third year in a row, a life sciences startup took home the top prize at the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.