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MIT alums boost Wisconsin high-tech businesses

Waukesha, Wis. Alumni from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are coming together to offer Wisconsin companies a helping hand.

In the last few years the MIT Club of Wisconsin, an organization of MIT alumni from across the state, has begun to branch out past alumni meetings. The organization has grown to an estimated 600 members and spearheaded several networking initiatives......

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  • According to Allyn Ziegenhagen, treasurer for the club, the committee choosing the awards bases their decision on input from connections all over the state. Some of the suggestions come from MIT members, but the majority of opinions come from entrepreneurs, UW-Madison faculty......

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    Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 03/09/05


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