Agriculture, manufacturing and tourism are the “Holy Trinity” of the Wisconsin economy and may always be so, given the state’s tradition of excellence in all three sectors. Technology increasingly drives each of those sectors, however, and is slowly building an impressive standing of its own in terms of the jobs and value it adds to the Wisconsin economy.
To launch a successful technology startup, entrepreneurs are often faced with a series of challenges. They must secure funding, create a business plan and tap professional resourcing, all while developing and prototyping their product or service. Fortunately for early-stage companies in Wisconsin, the Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) is available to help entrepreneurs with these efforts.
A new research report from CBRE announces another designation Wisconsin can add to the list of accolades for its business climate: status as a burgeoning tech hub.
Madison-based Exact Sciences’ premier product, Cologuard, was recently featured on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt as a non-invasive precursor and alternative to colonoscopies. Since colon cancer is one of the most preventable, yet least diagnosed forms of cancer in the U.S., Exact Sciences created Cologuard as part of its mission to eradicate the disease. The […]