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, Kalpa Vithalani, the executive director for technology transfer at Marquette University, talks about the importance of applying academic research and innovations to industry and society. She also discusses the upcoming Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Milwaukee, which she co-chairs.
The Show also previews the following events:
- Lunch, May 23, in Madison: Wisconsin Institute for Discovery ‘Responsible Innovation Hub’
From AI to biotechnology, and from robotics to environmental challenges, innovative technologies can disrupt economic markets, advance human welfare and more. Learn more about Wisconsin’s new Responsible Innovation Hub by attending the Tuesday, May 23, Tech Council Innovation Network luncheon in Madison.
- Statewide: ‘SWIFT’ Entrepreneurs to offer insights on business formation, growth’
Join advisors assembled by the Tech Council for a series of sessions to help entrepreneurs of all types learn more about the basics of launching, funding and growing a young business. Our first event was May 3 in Osseo; watch our newsletter, website and future shows for future dates and locations.
- May 31-June 1, in Milwaukee: The Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference
This two-day celebration of entrepreneurship in Wisconsin, including the final presentations in the 20th annual ‘Governor’s Business Plan Contest,’ will be held May 31-June 1 at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee. The keynote speaker on the morning of June 1 is Charles Ross, a Milwaukee native and Marquette graduate who is the CEO of the International Business Innovation Association. The winner of the annual “Seize the Day” award is Deb Carey, co-founder and president of New Glarus Brewing Co., who will speak June 1 over lunch. Learn more and register here: www.wisconsintechnologycouncil.com
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