We’re back to in-person events when and where we can safely do so. Our Wisconsin Technology Council team is working hard to provide luncheons, conferences, news and updates for you through our weekly Tech Council Current eNewsletter and our monthly eVestor for the investor community.

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Tech Council 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


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.


Workforce woes on your mind?Learn More April 4 about U.S. undergrad research event

More than 4,000 college students, faculty mentors and others from across the country will descend on Eau Claire in mid-April for the 2023 National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Sign up for an April 4 luncheon of the Tech Council Innovation Network at UW-Eau Claire to learn how your company can take advantage of this gathering of young research talent in Wisconsin.

Speakers will include university leaders tied to the conference as well as Sarah Kolk of Silver Spring Foods; Keetra Muana of WPC Technologies; John Robinson of Catalytic Combustion Emission Technologies; and Brody Stapelmann of TTM Technologies, who will address the importance of undergraduate research to their companies, including filling jobs in a labor market that remains tight.

The April 13-15 conference offers students from all disciplines and institutions of higher education the chance to showcase their work on a national stage and network with peers, faculty mentors and others. Much of the conference will be held at the Pablo Center at the Confluence, a state-of-the-art performing arts complex in central Eau Claire.