Emerging companies will have the chance to explore business relationships with major corporations at the Wisconsin Tech Summit.

The event, to be held at GE Healthcare Institute in Waukesha on March 23, is taking applications from emerging companies interested in having 15-minute “speed dating” sessions with major companies, according to the Wisconsin Technology Council, which is organizing the event.

Participating major companies include: American Family Insurance; Aurora Health Care; BloodCenter of Wisconsin; Direct Supply; GE Healthcare; Johnson Controls Inc., Kraft Foods/Oscar Mayer Information Systems, Marshfield Clinic, and Rockwell Automation.

Cost for emerging companies to particpate is as much as $249. Applications are being accepted through Feb. 18 at www.wistechsummit.com.

Read this story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel here