The Wisconsin Technology Council announced today that it will honor Joe Kirgues and Troy Vosseller with the annual Excellence in Entrepreneurial Education award during the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium taking place Nov. 9-10 at the Monona Terrace.
According to a release, the “Triple E” award highlights the importance of teaching and mentoring entrepreneurs. Kirgues and Vosseller are the co-founders of gener8tor, one of the nation’s leading accelerator programs for young companies.
“Joe and Troy are successful entrepreneurs, investors and lawyers, to be sure, but they’re also mentors and teachers at heart,” Wisconsin Tech Council President Tom Still said in a statement. “It’s a big part of what makes them a deserving duo for this year’s Triple E award.”