The Wisconsin Innovation Index is your guide to Wisconsin’s entrepreneurial assets. It maps our statewide corporate WIN member network of entrepreneurs, investors, incubators, accelerators, academic resources, companies, professional service firms and government resources tied to the growth of Wisconsin’s high-tech economy. CLICK HERE to view a map of these innovators.
BMO Harris Bank provides a broad range of personal banking products and solutions through over 600 branches and approximately 1,300 ATMs in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Arizona and Florida. These include solutions for everyday banking, financing, investing, as well as a full suite of integrated commercial and financial advisory services. BMO Harris Bank’s commercial banking team provides a combination of sector expertise, local knowledge and mid-market focus throughout the U.S. We partner closely with BMO Private Bank who serve a full range of client segments, from mainstream to ultra-high net worth, with a broad offering of wealth management products and solutions offered through offices across the United States.
Boardman & Clark LLP was formed on January 1, 2012 when the attorneys of two long-standing Madison-based partnerships, Boardman, Suhr, Curry, & Field, LLP and Lathrop & Clark LLP, joined together. Boardman & Clark now embraces a history that encompasses the storied pasts of the two prior firms.
BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation accepts charitable donations and uses them to take equity positions in for-profit early-stage companies. Earnings and return of proceeds on investments made will be reinvested again and again.
In the true sense of the word, we help refine our clients’ systems and processes. With our unique and seasoned perspective, we help build strong, more agile and efficient businesses. Since 2003, Business Fitness has applied best practices and a portfolio of cloud and mobile solutions, that when added to your business, will save you time and money. We help you smooth the rough edges of your business systems.
The Business Success Center is a consulting firm unlike any other. We unite local businesses with university resources – faculty experts, student interns, research facilities and a booming survey center – to deliver customized, cost-effective solutions for your organization’s challenges.
Every project at C&S Design & Engineering, Inc. begins with an in-depth exploration of the client’s needs and aspirations. We at C&S Design & Engineering, Inc. then employ an unmatched work ethic, a steadfast dedication, and an honest enthusiasm to aesthetically blend tradition and innovation into a holistic design that is reflective of its owner, complimentary to its use, and gracious to its surroundings.
Carroll University provides a superior education, rooted in its Presbyterian and liberal arts heritage, and draws upon its Christian tradition to prepare all students for vocational success, lifelong learning and service in a diverse and global society.
Catalyze provides HIPAA compliant, HITRUST CSF Certified infrastructure for application developers across healthcare. Catalyze relieves the burden of compliance so teams can focus on bettering patient outcomes. We think compliance should be the last thing innovators think about, and not a barrier to progress.
The Center for Technology Commercialization provides one-on-one assistance to early-stage emerging technology businesses throughout Wisconsin. Center consultants are experts in commercialization processes. We have over 60 years of combined experience and have collaborated in acquiring over $100 million in federal and other funding for our clients.
Our organization was created in 2005 under the name of the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Network in order to bring together advocates of economic development and experts in technology and commercialization to work with our clients and help them acheive commercialization success.
The Center for Technology Commercialization is supported by the University of Wisconsin-Extension (UWEX), the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and the Small Business Administration (SBA). We are a part of the UW-Extension Division for Business and Entrepreneurship.
Centergy is an economic development corporation representing central Wisconsin. Our region is economically diverse, with a wide range of progressive, innovative businesses and industries — most notable are advanced manufacturing, emerging sustainable and bio-based technologies, and leading health care. We value tradition, quality of life and safeguarding our future. Because we know how to enjoy life and we have so many businesses and organizations engaged in highly sophisticated activities that serve the betterment of life, we say that our specialty is “Life. Science.”
Central Wisconsin Community Action Council (CWCAC) strives to lift people out of poverty and into a better quality of life. We are a private not-for-profit corporation established in 1966 under the Economic Opportunity Act as part of President Johnson’s War on Poverty. CWCAC operates a variety of state and federal programs to assist low-income families in becoming self-sufficient and to help our communities grow and prosper.
The digital needs of customers and citizens are bringing about the transformation of commercial and government organizations around the world. CGI, one of the largest IT and business consulting services firms, is at the forefront of this change, serving as our clients’ guide on their digital journey, providing practical innovation to create powerful results.
The Chippewa Valley Innovation Center (CVIC) was formed in 1986 in response to a growing need within the Chippewa Valley for low cost, appropriately sized space for businesses in the early stages of development. Today, the facility continues to serve as an incubation center for manufacturing and service related businesses who are in the transitional stages of going from a new business to an established business. Leases are set up in one-year increments, with each year’s cost increasing to assist the business in being prepared to pay market value rents when the 3-year incubation period is over.