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While we are still predominantly working remotely, it’s still business as usual at the Wisconsin Technology Council.
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Tech Council Innovation Network

INNOVATION NETWORK

The Innovation Network is The Tech Council’s membership arm – dedicated to fostering innovation and entrepreneurship. In association with the Tech Council, WIN programs focus on the needs and challenges faced by new and growing technology-based businesses in Wisconsin. JOIN US.

Tech Council Investor Networks

INVESTOR NETWORKS

The Investor Networks, founded in 2004, is part of the Wisconsin Technology Council’s overall economic development and job creation efforts. It fuels the growth of capital in Wisconsin by operating as an umbrella organization providing services and resources to the early stage investing and entrepreneurial communities. JOIN US.

FEATURED Events

Examine society’s love-hate relationship with social mediaOct. 26 Tech Council luncheon

From the Jan. 6 Capitol storming to screen-addicted kids, and from genocide in Myanmar to COVID misinformation, social media is being blamed for a host of society’s ills.

True, overblown or a little of both? Hear our panel of experts talk about social media’s pluses and minuses at the Oct. 26 in-person meeting of the Tech Council Innovation Network in Madison.

Panelists include Spencer X. Smith, founder of social media marketing firm AmpliPhi, and Karl Rohe, an associate professor of statistics at UW-Madison who works with experts in other departments on understanding polarization and civic renewal.

“Social media can be a double-edged sword, with uses that benefit society, undermine it or simply reflect it, warts and all. With political and consumer attention now focused on the practices of major companies such as Facebook, we’ll ask where the balance falls today,” said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council.