The Wisconsin Technology Council,
composed of high technology entrepreneurs,
venture capitalists, researchers,
and higher education, has been charged
by the Governor and the Legislature
to recommend a strategy to advance
Wisconsin’s technology future. Every
year, the Council publishes a series of
“white papers” advocating policy initiatives
which will make Wisconsin competitive
in the Knowledge Economy.
The 2015 papers are grouped into four
categories: (1) improving access to investment capital; (2) enhancing
the startup and business climate; (3) improving technology
development, delivery, and transfer; and (4) expanding the
supply of human capital.
Read more in the Winter 2014-2015 edition of the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges & Universities’ newsletter here.