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2022 Governor’s Business Plan Contest: Check out 8 of the Diligent (Baker’s) Dozen

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Assumptions: Start with your constraints

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AgTech & Innovation; Wisconsin Tech Companies Should Compete

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Research vs. Building or Expanding

You can use the money to build your product, but that is not the primary goal. The goal is to do research to demonstrate you can feasibly solve a problem; building the thing is just one part of the means to that end.

What worries you?! Ideadvance Seed Funding to Test Innovation Risk.

The Ideadvance Seed Fund is expected to return with a later, July 9 application due date. We have made changes, which we hope will encourage more applications from across the state. Today, I want to focus on one big shift- A PITCH DECK APPLICATION.

The Approach: Spotlight on Gundersen Health System

In this installment of The Approach, the spotlight is on Bill Farrell, Chief Business and Strategy Office at Gundersen Health System. Read more….

The Approach: Spotlight on TitletownTech

In this installment of The Approach, the spotlight is on Neil Mix, Partner at TitletownTech. Read more….

Considering Costs For a Successful SBIR Project

When applying for your SBIR, your budget considerations include more than just your direct costs of research.

2022 Governor’s Business Plan Contest: Ideas from 17 of the 26 finalists

Twenty-six entries representing sectors such as health care, cleantech, education, software and innovations in products or services are competing in the finalist round of the 19th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest. Learn a little more about the ones familiar to us!

Important SAM Registration Notice for DoD SBIR/STTR Contracts – Alert from Todd Strother

We’ve become aware of a System for Award Management (SAM) registration issue from one of our clients that resulted in them not getting funded.

The Approach: Spotlight on the Winnow Fund

In this installment of The Approach, the spotlight is on Richelle Martin, Managing Director of Winnow Fund. Read more….

Cybersecurity is coming

In the wake of the Microsoft security breach in March, I thought it was time for a reminder about the slow, but inevitable Department of Defense cybersecurity requirement rollout.