Three years back, Matt Howard, Eric Martell and Alex Wyler were UW-Madison students with a bright idea and not much money. But they had a solid corps of friends, and sometimes that can get you by. The three are co-founders of EatStreet Inc., a promising young Madison tech firm that supplies restaurants with software for handling online orders. They weren’t the first in the field. Other companies — GrubHub, Seamless, Eat24 — were quicker to start plowing this digital-convenience ground, but the Wisconsin crew figured there was still plenty of acreage to cover. Read the full Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story here.
Diverse businesses get a leg up as #funding + support expands across northern #Wisconsin. http://ow.ly/vx2l50LLCY3 via @WPR #diversitymatters
Congrats to the 2022 Red Letter Grant recipients! These grants aim to encourage more #women to take risks, build a more innovative region + state, and lead. http://ow.ly/PUtK50LLCUZ #startup #entrepreneur
Many thanks to our panelists + all who joined us yesterday to learn more about metabolic #health #research @Morgridge_Inst + @UWMadison! http://ow.ly/jAXi50LLCPn #innovation2
Morgridge CEO Brad Schwartz introduces the importance of #metabolism research at the @WiscTechCouncil Innovation Network luncheon. #FearlessScience