Biotech company Virent, now thriving in a 72,000-square-foot facility, got its start in a 600-square-foot cubicle at a Madison business incubator. NeuWave Medical started with office space in the same Madison incubator with a handful of engineers. It, too, has moved out and employs about 35. Mike Mathews, president of Economic Growth Advisors of Middleton and Janesville’s consultant for its new incubator, spoke about the Madison success stories when asked about the future of the Janesville Innovation Center , which is set to open in January. Read the full story here.
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