Some of the oldest buildings in Madison house some of the newest technology and innovations. Two business incubators that have opened in the past year, 94Labs and Sector67, are not the traditional offices or laboratories, and their methods are anything but standard; yet, they are helping entrepreneurs create products and start companies more rapidly than ever before — one, through an intensive program that focuses immediately on customers, and the other, by providing tools to turn pie-in-the-sky ideas into real things. Read full Wisconsin State Journal story here.
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