BPC finalist Amy Recob of Middleton in Journal Sentinel

August 15, 2011

Amy Recob was eating dinner with her family one night when her 18-month-old daughter, Mollie, suddenly became violently ill. “She was eating dinner, then something happened where she began excessive vomiting and coughing,” she said. Read more here.

BPC finalist Perfect Cross LLC in the news

August 5, 2011

For a company whose motto is “Stay strong. Move on,” competition is second nature. Perfect Cross LLC, the Nashotah maker of RapidForce adhesive muscle support and pain relief products for athletes and fitness enthusiasts, most recently competed in the Governor’s Business Plan Contest. The firm won in the category of advanced manufacturing. Read more here.

BPC finalist in Journal Sentinel: Diabetes has a new opponent

August 2, 2011

More than four decades ago, Hans Sollinger lost one of his closest relatives to diabetes, an experience that strengthened his resolve to find a more effective treatment for the disease. Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness and amputation in the United States, and 1 million patients could potentially qualify for pancreatic and kidney transplants because of the disease. About 1,000 patients end up receiving transplants each year. Read more here.

Governor Walker’s Welcome

Watch Governor Scott Walker’s welcome to attendees at the 2011 Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference

Neenah firm wins 2010 Biz Plan Contest

June 10, 2010

LIVEyearbook, a start-up company that is turning a new page on an iconic institution – the school yearbook – is the Grand Prize winner in the 2010 Governor’s Business Plan Contest. The company has won $50,000 in cash and services. Read more here.