The Tech Council Investor Networks, a program of the Wisconsin Technology Council, was launched in January to fuel the growth of entrepreneurial, early stage financing throughout Wisconsin by providing services and resources to the early-stage investing and entrepreneurial communities. The Innovation Network holds monthly luncheons that bring together entrepreneurs, business owners and related high- tech professionals in a collaboration rich environment. Attendance requires paid registration or annual membership. Start In Wisconsin is the premier network for local businesses. For owners and startups, Start In Wisconsin will power connections to start, scale and accelerate area entrepreneurs.
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For the most up-to-date information on COVID and available resources for businesses, please visit this informational page. The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center SBDC is a statewide network supporting entrepreneurs and business owners through no-cost, confidential consulting and targeted educational programs. Work with regional SBDC experts to help plan and launch your new business. For more information, please visit the SBDC website.
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Friday, Jan. The contest is designed to encourage entrepreneurs in the startup stage of tech-based businesses in Wisconsin. The contest links up-and-coming entrepreneurs with a statewide network of community resources, expert advice and mentoring, management talent and possible sources of capital. Over time, the contest has led to valuable public and media exposure for the top business plans and spurred economic growth in Wisconsin.
For the most up-to-date information on COVID and available resources for businesses, please visit this informational page. The Wisconsin One Stop Business Portal is here to create an easy step-through process where Wisconsin's businesses can find the requirements and tools they need to start a business in Wisconsin. When you have finished, your new business will be registered with multiple state agencies - Department of Financial Institutions, the Department of Revenue and the Department of Workforce Development. A comprehensive guide to the information you need to create your business with the One Stop Business. Grants, entrepreneurship, training, hiring, recruiting, insurance, worker's comp, and other resources to help your business grow.