JAMF Software Expands Globally, Invests Locally


JAMF Software, an Eau Claire-based company that builds enterprise software tools for Apple devices, has successfully grown into a global, multi-million dollar company with 450 employees and is using its profits to invest in its local community. Zach Halmstad launched the company in 2002 with only $2,000 in his pocket – just enough to buy

Entrepreneurs looking to find more ways to expand their business past the usual government-funded SBIR or STTR grants, should consider Madison-based business owner Justin Reed for advice. Reed’s company, C-Motive, founded in 2012 with Dan Ludois and Micah Erickson, is attempting to rethink the electric motor by using an emphasis on lightweight, recyclable materials. Reed […]


After completing a nine-week course on entrepreneurship and business startup basics, 24 entrepreneurs from Southwestern Wisconsin pitched their ideas to win business services and prizes during Startup Flight Night April 14 in La Crosse. The event was the culmination of the CouleeCO.STARTERS course, sponsored by Couleecap, a community action organization that aims to help low-income […]


A new lab on the UW-Madison campus is connecting students and advisers from different scientific disciplines to research and create projects utilizing cutting-edge technology. Students and staff are working on developing new projects including a football helmet that allows for better and faster concussion symptom information, an electronic seating map of libraries to ensure students […]