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UW plans entrepreneurship program to link campus resources

Entrepreneurs on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus will have a new resource to help them navigate the process of starting a company and the many related centers on campus.

The Office of Corporate Relations is heading the New Business Start-Up Initiative, which is to include events, publications and ......

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Hoslet expects most of the rest of the new program to be running by January.

WARF, in addition to co-sponsoring the initiative, will likely send hopeful entrepreneurs its way. The foundation is the hub of technology transfer at the university, licensing technologies deeloped there to businesses.

Many of the startups come from our technology, so weve done joint programs......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 11/13/04


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