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Advanced Chemical Systems Inc. (ACS) of Milwaukee, WI is innovating water pollutant detection with their cutting edge Optical Sensory Array Technology (OSAT).
AquaMost, Inc. of Madison, WI is bridging the gap between environmentalist and oil drilling advocates with their water cleaning technology, photoelectrocatalytic oxidation (PECO), which purifies water contaminants and promotes a cleaner environment.
iCorps provides each competitively assembled team with a $50,000 grant and the opportunity to determine whether a technology is commercially viable.
Nanocrystalline Diamond (NCD) Technologies has successfully begun to commercialize their innovative diamond tipped coating technology with the help of the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Network and is gearing up for their next phase of expansion. After recently securing a Phase II National Science Foundation (NSF) SBIR/STTR grant NCD is finding new applications for their diamond coatings that will enhance everyday lives.
The collaborative work between Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Network (WEN) and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has been recognized with a 2012 FAST grant from the Small Business Administration (SBA) for continued work as a premiere provider of SBIR services in Wisconsin.
See the training calendar for other events being offered by WEN and its partners.
Receive free over-the-phone answers to your business start-up and management questions. Call an experienced Wisconsin Business AnswerLine counselor at 1.800.940.7232 from Monday through Friday, 8:30 - 4:30 pm.
WASHINGTON - Native American entrepreneurs have a new tool to help determine if they're ready for business ownership and to help them get started.
Whether you own a small business or are considering starting one, the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Network has staff and partners in your area that can help you succeed. Learn more.