Thursday, October 28, 2021

In-House Features

Bright Cellars’ algorithm helps millennials learn about wine

Milwaukee startup Bright Cellars is getting millennials to learn about wine through an algorithm that matches them with bottles they might enjoy. The company’s...

Water Council’s Amhaus expects ‘even stronger’ 2016

Two bills boosting industry clusters have stalled at the close of the legislative session, but the Water Council’s leader says the group has still...

Hankr looks to expand food-finding app beyond Milwaukee

A Milwaukee startup is trying to make people rethink the way they dine, showing photos of food on the app first before naming the...

GymDandy looks to become Airbnb for athletic spaces

Madison startup GymDandy is hoping to become the Airbnb for athletic spaces, helping sports teams find spaces to practice and compete in. GymDandy’s app,...

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Companies revamp workplaces to attract millennials

The search for top millennial talent has some companies revamping their workplaces and opening up offices in the downtowns of cities, panelists at a...

New Wisconsin crowdfunding platform plans expansion

Though the first four non-profit campaigns on the nVestWisconsin platform didn’t meet their goals, the president of the new crowdfunding website says he’s excited...

Journal Media faces shareholder resistance in Gannett merger

The CEO of the nation’s largest newspaper chain says two Journal Media Group shareholders are trying to “bully Gannett” into buying the company for...

Assembly panel backs bill criminalizing defrauding WEDC

An Assembly panel has approved a bill that would make it a crime to provide fraudulent information to WEDC. The bill, which makes that...

Millennials poised to take over, expert says

Baby Boomers are retiring, Gen Xers are well into raising families and now Millennials -- that huge group of (more or less) 20-somethings --...
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