MILWAUKEE, WI.- Whatever was goin down at the first-ever Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference in Milwaukee last week, it felt good. It felt good to see people smiling about what they were doing and what they planned to do.
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rom the Yankees. Stuffs goin down.
And whatever was goin down at the first-ever Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference in Milwaukee last week, it felt good. It felt good to see people smiling about what they were doing and what they planned to do.
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a bright future for high-tech ideas in Wisconsin and giving it the ol college try.
Maybe next year (preliminary plans do call for a next year, by the way), organizers will work in even more time for people just to sit down and connect, maybe at tables designated by interest area. Advice is good, but meeting people excited about your avocation is better. Panelist Steve Bomba, himself a ......Full article >>>
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