MILWAUKEE — A homegrown employment and recruitment processing firm in
Registration is available online through the Tech Council website or at the site beginning at Lunch will be served at and the presentation will begin at Registration is $25 for individual
“A presentation by Caden Biosciences or Pinstripe alone would be instructive because each company has a great story to tell,” said
- Pinstripe LLC aims to carve out a new niche in the fast-growing recruitment-process outsourcing arena. With a proprietary software platform Pinstripe designs, builds and manages talent management systems exclusively for the financial services industry. Susan Marks, Pinstripe’s
CEO, is a serial entrepreneur who has started and sold companies – and been an investor herself.
- Caden Biosciences, which is developing screening tools to identify new drugs to treat a variety of diseases, has moved to the
area from Madison The move was announced in September along with a $5.85 million financing round that include Milwaukee-born Baird, Madison-based Venture Investors and Illinois Ventures, a Evanston, Ill. firm. Bill Checovich, former director of operations for Invitrogen Corp.’s Chicago unit, is Caden’s president and chief operating officer. Checovich was one of the first few employees of PanVera, a Madison company founded in 1993 that made biological research tools. Madison
Checovich and Marks will be joined by Bill Filip and Michael Liang of Baird at the Nov. 13