MADISON, Wis. – In the latest episode of “WisBusiness.com: The Show,” Jeff Daniel, co-chair of the Racine-based Tech-Prize effort, explains the upcoming competition scheduled in September. The application window is open now.
The Show also reviews a recent Tech Council Innovation Network luncheon on “next-gen highways” and burying high-voltage transmission lines in existing highway rights-of-way. Read recent coverage of the topic in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, WisBusiness.com and Tom Still’s “Inside Wisconsin” column. Also, learn more about a Sept. 8 luncheon in Wauwatosa that will focus on battery and storage innovation. The Show also previews these events:
- The Wisconsin WOMEN Reception will take place in-person Thursday, Sept. 29 at Findorff Construction in Madison. The W•O•M•E•N (Women, Opportunities, Mentors, Entrepreneurs and Networking) reception, held in each of the last seven years, features female entrepreneurs and industry leaders.
- The Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium will be held Nov. 9-10 at Monona Terrace Convention Center. Look for company app info in coming weeks
In our Tech Metrics section, Tech Council President Still talks about the CHIPS and Science Act that passed Congress with strong margins in both houses, and what it may mean for Wisconsin.
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