Month: September 2013

Underground Meats Open Sources USDA Process via Kickstarter

Underground Meats is in the midst of a Kickstarter project to create “An open-source, educational approach to sharing the complex process of becoming a USDA-certified meat processor.” In order to distribute on a national level, the government requires a detailed food safety and sanitary practice plan known as a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points …

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Ignite Madison

Join your fellow Madisonians for Ignite Madison on September 25th at 8pm at the High Noon Saloon to learn about and celebrate unique ways to stay active in Wisconsin. Ten speakers will each give 5 minute presentations using slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds, covering activities like log rolling, bike polo, juggling, ultra running and …

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DineInTime, Entrepreneurs Featured at Annual Chamber Dinner

The 61st Annual Greater Madison Area Chamber of Commerce Dinner attracted over 1,000 business leaders for the largest annual dinner to date. The event focused on three core ideas: “Innovative”, “Entrepreneurial”, and “Identifiable” and threading them all together for how they tie to Madison. Highlighting the important role entrepreneurs and groups like Capital Entrepreneurs play …

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Healthfinch Takes Top Spot in Open App Challenge

Healthfinch won the grand prize in the nationwide Open App Challenge hosted by Allscripts. Nearly 100 developers submitted applications to “Start a Revolution” by creating innovative applications that integrate directly with Allscripts Open Electronic Health Records (EHR) software. Healthfinch’s mission is to help increase quality and productivity by reducing non-reimbursable physician time and wasted staff …

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AquaMost Featured in Wisconsin State Journal

AquaMost‘s CEO Todd Asmuth was featured in the Wisconsin State Journal Executive Q&A. The cleantech company uses a process called photoelectrocatalysis to purify water without the addition of chemicals. AquaMost has focused primarily on applications of their technology in the oil fracking industry, and has an industry-leading solution that could have a significant impact on …

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