Paige Peters of Rapid Radicals Technology has learned things she never expected on her entrepreneurship journey.
Siren Shrub: Side hustle to multi-product, multi-flavor company
Siren Shrub Co., which takes drinks up a notch with an old-but-new concept, has taken its company up a notch in just a few short years.
WiscLift: Leveraging key partnerships to take flight
Scott “LB” Williams did not think he would start his own business and help define an entire industry, but that is exactly what he did.
TAHPI: Investing in firefighter fitness
Luis Rivera hates the word “disruptive.” Admittedly, however, that’s exactly what he’s trying to be.
Rapid Radicals: Wastewater innovation reduces negative public health impact
For Paige Peters, studying environmental engineering was always part of the plan. Starting her own business was not.
High 5 Academics: Transforming Literacy Instruction
This husband and wife team knew there was a problem to solve around literacy in public schools.
SciArt Software uses consumer feedback to bring technology solution to market
Lighter, faster, cheaper always seems to be the goal, especially in the transportation or aerospace industries. But to perform reliably and safely, products require strength and stability. Computer simulations have advanced the creation of quality products, but the process can often be disjointed and costly as SciArt Software CTO, Praveen Yadav, discovered.