Welcome to WisBusiness: The Show,” a twice-a-month Web show covering state business news and issues.

In the latest episode of “WisBusiness.com: The Show,” Dean Amhaus of The Water Council talks about the Milwaukee-based group’s role in a National Science Foundation grant process that could lead to a national-level award for Wisconsin. The Show also previews recent and upcoming Tech Council events.

Upcoming events:

  • Feb. 27, Trends in early stage investing
    Networking 11:30 a.m.; lunch noon; program 12:30 p.m. Sheraton Hotel, John Nolen Dr., Madison
    Hear from experienced investors on what they’re seeing in today’s angel and venture capital markets, plus hear an early preview on 2023 deal totals in Wisconsin. Panelists are Maggie Brickerman, partner at gener8tor; Laura Hilty, principal with HealthX Ventures; and John Neis, managing director of Venture Investors. www.wisconsintechnologycouncil.com
  • March 18, Wisconsin Tech Summit, Lambeau Field, Green Bay
    8:45 a.m. through a late afternoon reception. This annual conference matches major companies with emerging companies to investigate strategic partnerships. Or list of major firms is growing!

Recent events:

  • Jan. 18, Corporate collaboration on campus, UW-Whitewater
    Representatives of SHINE Technologies, Promega and Summerset Marine talked about their industries and how work with researchers, others on campus
  • Jan. 23, Winning the war on cancer: Past, present and future, Madison
    Dr. Howard Bailey of UW-Madison’s Carbone Cancer discussed 50 years of progresses and challenges yet to be met
  • Feb. 9, SWIFT workshop, UW-Parkside, Kenosha
    Entrepreneurs ranging in age from 21 to 81 heard from advisors assembled by the Tech Council in a three-hour session on the basics of launching, funding and growing a young business. Stay tuned for upcoming SWIFT sessions.

The show is sponsored by Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. and Exact Sciences.

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