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Winner of Burrill competition courted by North Carolina investors

Madison - A young company with a preventive solution to identity theft took home the $10,000 top prize in the 2006 G. Steven Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition, but if area investors want to keep this promising enterprise close to home, they better act quickly.

Din and Newport stand in front of the display promoting their winning business plan......

Full article >>> Smith & Gesteland have lent support as well.

Foley & Lardner, however, is perhaps the most confident of IPIC's market potential. The law firm has extended $30,000 in credit to IPIC so the company can file a patent on the technology, which it has done. The law firm decided to extend the credit after assembling a team of attorneys from five practice areas......

Full article >>> senior partner in Venture Investors of Wisconsin; Erica Kauten, director of the UW-Extension Small Business Development Center; and Richard Wilkey, president and CEO of Fisher Barton, Inc.

Other top finishers and their prize money included:

Second Place - Healthy sTarts, LLC, which will market a granola and yogurt snack that stays crisp when microwaved, $7,000.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/24/06


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