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To help showcase the variety of activity in the burgeoning Madison entrepreneurial ecosystem, some of the leading entrepreneurial organizations highlight their 2015 successes directly:
100state has been excited to play a major role in Madison’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. We have grown to more than 240 members making us the largest co-working space in the state. In 2015 we announced our new Executive Director Gregory St. Fort, we opened our membership to brick and mortar small businesses, our 100arts program was recognized on the Madison Magazine M-List, and our partnerships with Field59, Madison365, and the The CapTimes have helped us to showcase the success Madison can have when a diverse community builds together.
In 2015 Doyenne Group received our 501c(3) status and began actively fundraising for our $400,000 Doyenne Evergreen Fund to invest in women-led companies across Wisconsin. We were accepted into WEDC’s Capital Catalyst program for the Evergreen Fund to receive matching funds. Our end of year participant totals include: 90 members comprised of entrepreneurs and ambassadors/mentors, 400 attendees at Doyenne hosted events, 130 individual Office Hours appointments, as well as many new collaborative relationships with community partners as we move into 2016. As we move into 2016, we are looking for corporate donations to help us continue to reach our fundraising goal of $250,000.
In 2015, gener8tor was ranked the #14 accelerator in the United States by the Seed Accelerator Rankings Project. To date, gener8tor has completed 7 cohorts and invested in 38 companies. Cumulatively, those companies have raised over $65M in follow-on financing. Madison-based gener8tor investments in 2015 include: GrocerKey, AltusCampus and AkitaBox. In 2015, gener8tor also launched gBETA – a free, six-week, pre-seed accelerator for startups with a connection to any Wisconsin college or university. 9 companies graduated from gBETA in 2015, including Madison-based 23Vivi, Cheddah, Emonix, EnsoData, Exis, and WeightUp Solutions. The program will run three times in 2016 with cohorts in the spring, summer and fall. For 2016, gener8tor looks forward to the construction of their new home, StartingBlock.
Madworks Accelerator celebrated its one year anniversary this past June. Finishing its fifth class in December, Madworks Accelerator has graduated 46 companies that have raised almost $4 million in financing and have created over 60 jobs. Madworks Coworking continued to grow in 2015, increasing our total membership from 29 to 42 people. One member company, RaceCapture, raised over $64,000 on Kickstarter and another member, gameFI, went live with clients on three continents for their employee engagement platform. Madworks is also planning on expanding to the new @1403 building on the University of Wisconsin campus in 2016.
The Madison startup community has come a long way in the last 6 years since Capital Entrepreneurs formed. What started out as a small group of people who saw a lot of potential in Madison to become a great place for startups has now emerged into a full-fledged vibrant and growing entrepreneurial ecosystem. Over these years there has been an increasing amount of entrepreneurial activity as new events, resources, and companies formed, and existing ones saw growth and success.
A strong foundation has been built that has the potential to produce even more successes. This community has created meaningful economic and cultural impact as it has become more established, and this last year in particular has highlighted the continued trend of this consistent (and growing) impact.
Though many great things are happening in the Madison startup world, it’s still relatively small and fragile. It’s up to each of us to play a continued role in helping strengthen the ecosystem and community. We have a huge opportunity in front of us, but it comes with a big responsibility in which everyone needs to play a part. By working together, we can continue to build even more successful companies and an even more vibrant, accessible, and inclusive startup ecosystem. We can make Madison a truly great place for startups and innovation. Cheers to 2016!
* Employment data is sourced from a voluntary self reporting survey of CE startup companies, with 57 companies reporting. Because of the voluntary nature, these employment numbers are likely conservative representations of the actual employment impact of all startups. Funding amounts listed are also based on the CE survey data, in combination with other public sources. For the sake of better representing a clear cohort, aggregate funding reported for “tech startups” here does not include biotech/lifescience companies.