This week, some of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s best minds are learning how to take new ideas to market and launch them into businesses at the Wisconsin School of Business’s Wisconsin Entrepreneurship Bootcamp.
The camp is aimed at graduate students studying chemistry, biology, law, engineering and other sciences at UW-Madison. More than 60 graduate-level students representing more than 50 majors across the UW-Madison campus are participating in the intensive, hands-on week of learning focused on technology entrepreneurship and exploring how business startups can create both economic and social value.
International industry experts John Morgridge, former chairman and chief executive officer of Cisco Systems, and G. Steven Burrill, chief executive officer of Burrill & Company, will be returning this year to teach sessions. More information is available here.