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Foxconn supply chain could bring opportunities to Wisconsin businesses

Founder of Scanalytics Inc. , UW-Whitewater graduate Joe Scanlin, says the software can help create "intelligent buildings" and provide an understanding of how everyone in a given space interacts.

Finalists Announced for 2017 Wisconsin Innovation Awards

Thirty companies and nonprofit organizations have been selected as finalists for the 2017 Wisconsin Innovation Awards. The winners will be announced at the public awards ceremony on 10/4. Good luck Classmunity! 

Scanalytics to Collaborate with Cisco After Winning IoT Competition

After winning first place at Viva Technology, sponsored by Cisco, Scanalytics and Cisco began collaborating to create a new use for the smart floor technology.

Business plan contest continues to produce winners for Wisconsin

The Governor's Business Plan Contest serves as a platform for up-and-coming ideas and companies. As Joe Scanlin recalled, "It was really refreshing to see how people from Wisconsin are out there solving real problems."

UW Oshkosh students take first place in largest, most diverse Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament yet

Kristen Holtan, UW-Whitewater Marketing student and founder of Socialightz, won 2nd place at the Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament (WBIT) on April 22.

BizTimes announces Bravo! And I.Q. winners

The BizExpo will honer Entrepreneurs and Innovators who have been nominated for the I.Q. (Innovation Quotient) Awards. Classmunity has been nominated for the I.A. Awards. 

8 Elite College Startups in 2017

As one of the 16 Coolest College Startups, HUK TV Mounts, founded by Sam Lukach at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, survived the battle and ranked as one of the top 2 college startups in 2017.

Milwaukee high-tech company receives $200,000 state technology development loan

Scanalytics Inc., a Milwaukee company and affiliate of the Whitewater Innovation Center, has received a $200,000 loan from the WEDC.

Capital Catalyst Grants Help Three Wisconsin Communities Boost Local Entrepreneurship

In the latest round of the Capital Catalyst Program, three Wisconsin communities were awarded $700,000 to support their local startups: Milwaukee, Oshkosh and Whitewater.