Thomas Olsheske, the winner of the information technology category in the 2004 Governor’s Business Plan Contest, is part of an effort to launch the “China Music Industry Park” in Shanghai using technology developed by his Madison-based company, a-Peer. The company has also signed a contract with China Unicom, the world’s third-largest mobile phone company. Click here to read a Wisconsin State Journal story.
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