—Generat8or, a startup accelerator that has held programs in Wisconsin and Minnesota, has named Eric Martell managing director of its Twin Cities programming, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal reported. Martell is a co-founder of EatStreet, a Madison-based food-ordering startup, and previously served as the company’s chief information officer. Last June, Gener8tor announced it was expanding into Minnesota, and tapped entrepreneur Mark McGuire to lead its programming there. McGuire will now be focusing on Gravy, a new startup he’s helping launch, though he will remain a venture partner at Gener8tor, according to the Business Journal report.
—Speaking of food-ordering technology, UberEats is now available in Milwaukee, according to the website of San Francisco-based Uber. The company, best known for its ridesharing technology, says its UberEats meal ordering and delivery service currently serves 50 cities worldwide. Read the full story here.