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Abacus uses innovative digital tools to streamline portfolio

As client preferences change and the pandemic’s future remains unknown, Wisconsin-based Abacus Architects is using innovative digital tools to streamline its portfolio.

AirDeck helps create on-demand business presentations during COVID-19

The entertainment industry has increasingly become “on-demand” with movie, television and music streaming services. But in the business world, people still rely...

Boosted Chews looks to stimulate interest in its caffeine product

Some entrepreneurs bite off more than they can chew. UW-Madison seniors Kit Chow and Aditya Singh Parihar knew what they were sinking...

CarePool lowers rural transit barriers for elderly, disabled

As a young entrepreneur, Josh Massey witnessed the agony his grandmother experienced riding the Medicare vans to medical appointments and other visits...

Eau Claire startup looks to streamline AV installation with wireless platform

Eau Claire-based UpStream provides wireless technology in order to eliminate the hassles of wired media presentations.  Founded in 2019,...

Estrigenix Therapeutics develops hot flash treatment that minimizes cancer risk

A recently founded therapeutic company has re-invented estrogen treatment to target hot flashes in menopausal women without the risk of post-treatment health...

Evers calls for new precautions to combat COVID-19, but issues no new restrictions

Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order today urging people to stay home as much as possible while pressing businesses to take...

Mappix creating a social network for drone imagery

In an increasingly virtual world, the need for managing and storing data is crucial.  With the drone and virtual...

Marquette innovator-in-residence lays out key traits for innovation

The innovator-in-residence at Marquette University says many organizations that want to be innovative are missing some key structural traits that would help...

Midwest ski resorts planning for upcoming (COVID) season

From the Baraboo Hills to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and beyond, things will be different at regional ski resorts this winter as they...

Milwaukee-based health food startup offers anxiety relief with vitamin-fortified drinks

Satori Food Project Inc. has developed vitamin-fortified drinks that can be made in a Keurig brewer to provide anxiety relief. The K-Cups...

MKE Tech Hub Coalition celebrates one-year anniversary

The Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition is celebrating its one-year anniversary today, recognizing the past 12 months of an overarching theme: collaboration.

October brought an increase in home sales and prices in Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s existing home market saw another sharp increase in sales and prices in October, according to the Wisconsin Realtors Association’s latest analysis. 

Qobotix aims to tackle automated challenges facing manufacturers

At the end of an assembly line might be a finished product, but there is still one crucial task that remains --...

Recent study shows Milwaukee apartment conversions at an all-time high

Apartment conversions are at an all-time high in the U.S. and Milwaukee, according to a recent study from RENTCafe, an apartment search...

SmarTrac can help alleviate shortage of physical therapists

Physical therapy can make the difference for a quick post-surgery recovery. Unfortunately, the U.S. is experiencing an extreme shortage...

Social networking guru says focusing on one platform can jumpstart online success

COVID-19 has given entrepreneurs a chance to grow their social media presence by focusing their efforts rather than trying to address all...

Streatery Program helps keep neighborhood cafe afloat

When the temperatures started to drop, Daisy Cafe & Cupcakery manager Kelly Knocke said the Atwood Avenue restaurant was anxious about how...

Talent Bandit hopes to ‘steal’ its share of the staffing market

Inefficient. clunky. extra work.  These are words that come to the mind of Bill Neill, co-founder of Talent Bandit,...
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Talking Trade: Biden differs from predecessor on international trade approach

With President-elect Joe Biden developing his transition team, Talking Trade's UW-Madison Prof. Ian Coxhead, and M. E. Dey & Co. President Sandi...
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Talking Trade: China may see Biden as an improvement over Trump

China may view Joe Biden's presidency as an improvement over the Trump Administration according to Talking Trade's Kelvin Ma in his discussion...

UnityPoint Health Meriter restricted by COVID-19 community spread

Community spread of COVID-19 has restricted UnityPoint Health Meriter Hospital’s capabilities, according to President and CEO Sue Erickson. Additional...

Urban development panel says Milwaukee is set up for success post COVID

COVID-19 has accelerated some trends and interrupted others -- setting Milwaukee up for success post pandemic, according to a panel of urban...

Varsity Venture Studio will help launch UW-Madison-based startups

UW-Madison, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, and High Alpha Innovation are bringing a venture studio to campus. The studio...

WCA report finds big gaps in broadband coverage in rural areas

A Wisconsin Counties Association report finds broadband is universal in cities and villages, but rural parts of the state have big gaps...
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