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AkitaBox raises $1.1 million for building solutions product

The building solutions startup AkitaBox has raised $1.1 million to ease a backlog of customers looking to use its product. The Madison startup and...

AOL’s Steve Case says Madison ‘is on the rise’

AOL co-founder Steve Case says “Madison really is on the rise,” but the capital city has a lot more collaborative work ahead if it...

Beloit’s Comply365 flying high and expanding into other industries

Kerry Frank gets apologies these days from those who doubted she could streamline the airline industry. That's because Frank's company, Beloit-based Comply365, now has...

Digsite raises $1.1 million for its virtual focus groups

The Madison startup Digsite has raised roughly $1.1 million to continue developing “virtual focus groups,” according to an SEC filing. The company’s hoping to replace...

EatStreet running first TV ads

The online food ordering service EatStreet is running its first TV ads. The Madison company, which wrapped up a $15 million fundraising round in...

EnsoData looks for FDA clearance after $550,000 fundraising round

Soon after a half-million dollar fundraising round, EnsoData is bringing on a “dream team” of consultants to help its sleep apnea diagnosis tool get...

FaB Wisconsin accelerator takes new approach to developing startups

Shelley Jurewicz is bringing the tech accelerator model to one of Wisconsin’s oldest clusters: food and beverages. That’s because, the exec director of FaB Wisconsin...

Ionic raises $8.5 million to help web developers

Madison startup Ionic has raised $8.5 million to continue to make it easier for web developers to make mobile products. The money, said co-founder...

Madison’s heavier presence at SWSW is paying off, GMCC head says

Madison chamber President Zach Brandon says Madison’s increased presence at the South by Southwest show in Austin is paying off. “It’s a great opportunity to...

New startup studio will take different approach to launching ideas

Joe Donovan isn’t taking the traditional route to developing a startup. That’s because he’s launching a “startup studio,” an increasingly common organization that generally...
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