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Building a "Real Time" Economy in Wisconsin

MADISON, WI- We spend a fair amount of time in Wisconsin celebrating the quality of our scientific research--and with good reason. Institutions such as the UW-Madison, the Marshfield Clinic and Milwaukee's medical and engineering centers churn out world-class ideas.

But research alone won't build Wisconsin's "real-time" economy, an economy that responds quickly and efficiently to the eve......

Full article >>> s that are similar to what they face every day. They were excited to hear from a long list of "mentors" who have been down the path of business formation before them. And they were encouraged to learn that some of Wisconsin's leading institutions are working hard to be more approachable.

Three examples of institutions that reiterated their "open door" policies toward entrepreneurs were t......

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Wisconsin has a strong research base. It has organizations and people who can help transfer ideas to the marketplace. What is needs now are more entrepreneurs to carry forth the work of building a new and more competitive Wisconsin.


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'"/> By Tom Still 07/08/03

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