University of Wisconsin–Madison

Entrepreneurs

This collection features resources that are available to entrepreneurs at all stages, many from assets originating at UW–Madison as well as those available within the community.

Resources for All Entrepreneurs

Featured Resource: Explore the INSITE Entrepreneurship Guide, an interactive guide of UW–Madison and community entrepreneurship resources. Match resources to your stage of development.

Resources for UW–Madison Entrepreneurs

  • Discovery to Product (D2P):  UW–Madison program providing resources, connections, and mentoring to early stage commercialization and entrepreneurship projects conceived by UW faculty, staff, and students.
  • Madworks Coworking@1403: Offers faculty and staff a centrally located co-working space on campus to conduct start-up and entrepreneurial business.  Affordable, flexible desk leases, great amenities, co-working and networking opportunities.
  • Morgridge Entrepreneurial Bootcamp (MEB) is a one-week intensive training program in technology entrepreneurship for graduate students in the sciences, engineering, and math. MEB is co-sponsored by the Initiative for Studies in Transformational Entrepreneurship (INSITE) and the Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship.
  • Innovation Roadmap series: The Office of Business Engagement is pleased to be a partner in this WARF created series bringing together thought leaders from across the country and our own backyard to exchange perspectives on core topics ranging from identifying an opportunity to building a startup team to financing and beyond.

 

UW Innovation in Action

A first of its kind program in US – UW-Madison takes the lead

In response to an evolving job market, UW-Madison launches a new master’s in quantum computing, the first of its kind in the US, and aimed at quickly solving business demands. More.

Rockwell Automation amps up education and research with new lab at UW

In a win-win situation UW-Madison engineering students have the chance to gain real-world experience in a one-of-a-kind facility, while at the same time, Rockwell can ensure that future generations of engineers join the workforce with above-par technical skills. More.

Forward BIO Initiative will offer resources to efficiently translate biomanufacturinginnovations into commercial products

Chancellor Rebecca Blank and Bill Murphy, Director of the new Forward BIO Initiative share a moment after the announcement of the $750,000 grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Learn how this initiative aims to advance Wisconsin’s Position as a national leader in biomanufacturing.

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