Join us for Madison’s 3rd Annual Spring Tech Kickoff and Capital Entrepreneurs Open Social on Wednesday, March 25 from 5-7pm!
Please register here if you’re planning to attend. It’s free.
Technology business, entrepreneurship, and startups in Madison have another great year ahead. To celebrate that and get in high gear for an eventful summer – Capital Entrepreneurs, Horizon Coworking, and the Forward Festival invite our community and its supporters to the 3rd Annual Spring Tech Kickoff!
This year’s gathering is in Fiore Company’s new building right above the fabulous new Cento Ristorante across from Overture center and The Madison Public Library.
Once again a lot has happened since last year’s spring event, and with new energy, new employers, and new support and funding resources for entrepreneurs we foresee even more coming this year.
Come celebrate achievements and we’ll share a little about what’s new in an open informal event. Anyone is welcome, this is a place where folks who want to connect and participate can easily plug in and help move our community forward.
We’ll enjoy beer from MobCraft & Karben4, and snack on delicious goodies from Cento as Fiore hosts us on the 2nd Floor of the new building at 111 N. Fairchild.
Presented by: Capital Entrepreneurs, Forward Festival, and Horizon Coworking.
Startup accelerator gener8tor kicked off their Winter 2015 class that will be held for the next 12 weeks in Madison. gener8tor recruits, mentors and trains entrepreneurs leading high-tech business ventures from around the world. Since June 2012, the 28 startup graduates from gener8torâ€™s previous five accelerator programs have gone on to raise nearly $35 million in financing and created over 250 jobs.
â€œThe Madison 2015 program brings our most diverse mix of companies ranging in geography from Wisconsin to Florida in industries ranging from healthcare to wine,â€ said Troy Vosseller, co-founder of gener8tor. â€œWeâ€™re excited for these five great companies to join the Madison and gener8tor startup communities.â€
Out of over 400 applications, the following 5 companies were chosen for this class:
GrocerKey – An e-commerce platform that helps grocery stores build an online store and implement profitable pick up and delivery systems.
Bright Cellars – A subscription wine experience that matches members with personalized monthly selections using an algorithm created by its MIT-grad co-founders.
Carson Life – A health and beauty products company focused on the Hispanic market.
Passage – Helps specialty events take control of their ticketing & payments both online and at the door.
AltusMedical Group – A healthcare software-as-a-service company focused on achieving better patient outcomes through continuing medical education.
More information on gener8tor’s newest class is available here.