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Column: Bringing startups’ ideas to market; spotlight on the Center for Technology Commercialization

February 16, 2017

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. Read More

It all comes together in Wisconsin

February 10, 2017

What makes Wisconsin industry strong, workforce smart and business ready? Find out in this robust Q&A with Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation CEO and Secretary Mark R. Hogan. Read More

UK-based Mallinckrodt’s purchase of Madison med-tech Stratatech could total nearly $200 million

February 07, 2017

When Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals bought Stratatech Corp., of Madison, last August, it paid $76 million in cash for the regenerative skin tissue company, according to documents filed with federal regulators. Read More

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Certified Sites Program now accepting new applications

February 14, 2017

The Certified In Wisconsin® Program, offered in partnership by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and Deloitte Consulting, is accepting new applications from property owners. Read More

Report Exec expands operations, relocates to Oak Creek

February 07, 2017

Report Exec, an incident reporting and safety management software company founded by a former Oak Creek police officer, has expanded its operations and relocated to a new office in Oak Creek. Read More

Trade venture to Mexico opens doors for Wisconsin businesses

January 31, 2017

WEDC is leading a global trade venture to Mexico from June 11-16. Wisconsin companies, whether new to exporting or looking to expand their exports into Mexico, are invited to participate in this program, which will travel to Mexico City, the nation’s largest city, and Monterrey, which is Mexico’s third-largest city by population and second-largest in terms of its contribution to GDP, and has a high concentration of manufacturing facilities aligned with Wisconsin’s key industry sectors. Read More

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