Shawn Cross Joins Burrill Merchant Banking
... funds. Shawn brings considerable experience in life science investment banking including:
- A twelve year career beginning at Alex. Brown & sons
Inc. where he focused on growth oriented companies and completed a broad range of transactions for leading life sciences companies such as Sepracor an...
Entrepreneurs Dont RequireVenture capital, high-tech or government programs
... and outsiders.
3) A business culture where local media cover entrepreneurial activities, where business people engage in active mentoring, where sons
and daughters are encouraged to start ventures or work for start-up or early stage ventures, and where business failure is accepted as part of the ove...
Midwest Biotech: Watch India, the Next Biotech Frontier
...cularly whenever we hit career ruts along the way).
He actually got me to take the first step in running a biotech company. A participation in his sons
wedding reception was a grand opportunity to meet his extended Indian family and was very meaningful. While at Searle, I had hoped to make it to India...
Madison Development Corp. and CATI form tech transfer partnership
...elop and commercialize these donated technologies. CATI has acquired patented technologies from global companies including Kraft Foods, S.C. Johnson & sons
and International Specialty Products.
Frank Staniszewski, MDC President, said they formed a partnership with CATI to offer additional economic deve...
Three Wisconsin approaches to technology transfer and commercialization
...So far CATI efforts have been successful, as it has amassed a portfolio valued at $40 million from donations from companies including S.C. Johnson and sons
and Kraft Foods. We are trying to organize management opportunities around our opportunities and help these new companies to manage their commercializ...
Above par: Playing 18 holes on Wisconsin's high-tech course
...rds, Heavy Hitters. Wisconsin is home to some of the world's biggest firms, such as GE Health Care, Harley-Davidson, Kimberly-Clark, S.C. Johnson and sons
and Kohler, and they all use technology to improve products and bottom lines.
No. 6, Par 4, 355 yards, Back to School. Wisconsin's technical coll...