I am sitting in a classroom at Grainger Hall listening to University of Wisconsin students present their business plans to a group of five judges as part of the G. Steven Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition. The students are well prepared and serious. As the name of the competition suggests, the students are pitching technology based companies. For example, the group that just finished was involved in a company called "Clean Well," which relies on patented filter technology to address contamination risks in private water wells. And here comes another company worred about bacteria. Microfend is promoting antimicrobial textiles to ensure cleaner sheets in hotel rooms and other special markets. If you want to see the last couple companies, just hope on to the site linked above and simulcast it!
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