Monthly Archives: May 2011

Happy Two Year Anniversary Capital Entrepreneurs

Reposted from CE co-founder Nathan Lustig’s blog. It’s been two years since I started Capital Entrepreneurs, an organization to help Madison entrepreneurs connect. I’ve been blown away by how fast CE has grown and how quickly time has gone by. … Continue reading

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Sector67 and SMSMyBus in Madison Magazine

CE members Chris Meyer of Sector67 and Greg Tracy of SMSMyBus and Asthmapolis had their “passion projects” featured in Madison Magazine. The article highlighted 3 Madisonians who have identified a need and invented a solution to address it, ultimately making … Continue reading

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PerBlue Featured In Isthmus Cover Story

The cover story of this week’s Isthmus newspaper features CE member company PerBlue. The article focuses on Madison’s video game industry and the many changes it has seen over the last few years. Check out the online version here.

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Spinback Acquired by Buddy Media

Spinback, founded by Capital Entrepreneurs alumni Corey Capasso and Andrew Ferenci, along with fellow Badger Dan Reich, was acquired today by Buddy Media for an undisclosed amount of money.  Capasso and Ferenci were two of the original founders of Capital … Continue reading

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Madison a Top 10 Place to Start a Business

Madison was recently rated as one of the top 10 places to start a business in 2011 by the online magazine AskMen UK. Citing the vast amount of tax credits available to WI startups through the CORE Jobs Act, as … Continue reading

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Food Business Incubator Receives Funding

A new incubator and shared commercial kitchen for food based business will be opening in Madison later this year. The Food Enterprise & Economic Development Project (FEED) received nearly $375,000 in grants and loans “to help aspiring entrepreneurs start and … Continue reading

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