SPEAKERS

June 6-7, 2017 - Union South on UW-Madison campus

Arvind Subramanian
President and CEO, HealthMyne

 

Arvind Subramanian, CEO of Madison-based HealthMyne, will talk about trends in healthcare technology and more to a crowd of entrepreneurs, investors and others the morning of June 7 at the 15th annual Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference at Madison’s Union South.

Subramanian is the president and chief executive officer of venture capital-backed HealthMyne Inc. He brings 26 years of healthcare technology experience, primarily in diagnostic imaging and healthcare information, to the Madison-based company.

He’s been a chief executive officer, chief operating officer, vice president and general manager in companies large and small, including GE Medical Systems; GE Information Services, Wolters Kluwer (WK Health-Clinical Solutions) and another venture-backed technology startup, ProVation Medical, which completed a successful strategic exit sale in 2006.

Subramanian received an “Outstanding Entrepreneur” award from New Enterprise Associates, a top-tier global venture capital firm, for his work in building and scaling ProVation Medical. A Midwest native, Subramanian received his bachelors’ degrees (biochemistry and English literature) and master’s in business administration degree from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

“We’re fortunate to have someone of Arvind’s experience involved in Wisconsin’s tech scene, especially given his experience in healthcare technologies and growing young companies,” said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council.

 

 

Alan Webber

Founder, Entrepreneur and Author

 

Alan Webber, co-founder of Fast Company magazine and author of “Rules of Thumb: 52 Truths for Winning at Business Without Losing Your Self,” will speak June 7 at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference at Union South in Madison.

Fast Company, the fastest-growing business magazine in U.S. history, sold for $360 million in 2000. Alan’s work with emerging companies has continued with mentoring and coaching, as well as his creation of “One New Mexico” to advance that state’s economic outlook by nurturing entrepreneurship and innovation.

His latest book, “Rules of Thumb,” is a guide for people in all walks of life who want to make sense of the work-life balance in confusing, challenging and compelling times. The first 100 paid registrants for the Entrepreneurs’ Conference will receive a copy of “Rules of Thumb” included in their registration price.

Alan was a candidate for governor in New Mexico in 2014. A former managing editor of the Harvard Business Review, Webber was AdWeek’s Editor of the Year in 1999. His public-sector experience including working for governors, mayors and federal Cabinet officials in three states and Washington, D.C.

Alan will speak before the awards ceremony for the Governor’s Business Plan Contest, where Gov. Scott Walker is also an invited guest.

“Alan Webber brings a national perspective to the Entrepreneurs’ Conference, as well as hands-on advice to entrepreneurs of all stripes on how to succeed in their own ‘fast company’ surroundings,” said Tom Still, president of the Tech Council.

 

 

Please see our “Seize the Day” Award page for a full bio on Zach Halmstad, winner of the 2017 Ken Hendricks Memorial Award, and will be speaking on June 6th during the luncheon in his honor.