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Veterans, family members can earn up to $500 for entrepreneurship training

MADISON – Veterans and their immediate family members can receive up to $500 for the Wisconsin SBDC Network’s Entrepreneurship Training Program, thanks to a state grant and partnership with Bunker Labs Wisconsin.

#SBDCDay March 22: Celebrating small businesses

MADISON – The Wisconsin SBDC Network invites everyone to “get social” March 22 for the first-ever SBDC Day celebrating the collective impact and success of small businesses and the nation’s largest business assistance network.

$525,000 in state matching grants to boost 7 high-tech small businesses

MADISON – Seven small high-tech businesses in Wisconsin will receive up to $75,000 each to commercialize their innovations, thanks to the SBIR Advance program’s latest round of funding.

New course teaches how to make a business case for innovation

MADISON – A new quick course on business development skills for graduate students and early-career scientists is available through the Center for Technology Commercialization.

Wisconsin’s Hometown Trolley in national spotlight

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hometown Trolley, a third-generation family business from Crandon, Wis., has received an exclusive invitation to share its success story on the national stage Feb.

New training to support food hubs through national network

WASHINGTON, Nov. 21, 2016 — A new training program to promote the financial sustainability of food hubs not just in Wisconsin but across the country will be available in 2017, thanks to $500,000 federal grant to the Food Finance Institute.

Dave Linz wins prestigious Small Business Administration award

Dave Linz with U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet and Mark Walsh, Associate Administrator for Investment and Innovation WASHINGTON, D.