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, Victor Fernandes of IQDecide, talks about the young company’s category winning entry in the 2023 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest. IQDecide topped the Information Technology category with a process that uses artificial intelligence to improve how patients decide what cancer treatments are right for them.
The Show also previews the following events:
- June 29, Friendship: ‘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 next free workshop (with breakfast!) is 9-noon June 29 at Mound View Golf Course in Friendship in Adams County.
Next workshop: July 26 in Superior, Wis.
- Play at the Lake, July 24: ‘Scramble’ golf tourney at Blackhawk Country Club
Join us for an 18-hole scramble tournament to benefit the annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest July 24 at historic Blackhawk Country Club in Madison. The outing includes prizes, reception and more. Register now! Contact Angela Schlobohm about hole sponsorships.
- July 13: Get plugged into latest trends with electric vehicle industry.
Join us in Wauwatosa for a luncheon with expert panelists who will discuss challenges and trends within the EV industry. Speakers: Art Harrington, leader in Godfrey & Kahn’s environmental and energy strategies practice groups; Wade Leipold, executive vice president of Faith Technologies; and David Noyce, director of UW-Madison Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory.
- July 18: Is Wisconsin a bright hub for fusion technology?
Join us in Madison for a luncheon with panelists who will discuss the future of fusion energy … and why Wisconsin may have what it takes. Speakers: Cary Forest, co-founder, chief scientific officer and interim chief technology officer of Realta Fusion; Chris Hegna, principal scientist and vice president of stellarator physics of Type One Energy Group; and Ross Radel, chief technology officer for SHINE Technologies.
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