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The Institute for Water Business at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is the first of its kind in the United States, created for the purpose of developing water business acumen and capacity through education, research, and multi-stakeholder collaboration.
The primary objective of the Wisconsin Center for Commercialization Resources (WCCR) is to facilitate the entire commercialization process, by providing resources and services for moving a project through various stages from idea to proof of concept to launch.
The EIGERlab and Whitewater Incubation Program partnered to help a recent UW-Whitewater graduate launch and differentiate his business.
Header Die & Tool worked with the Wisconsin Innovation Service Center (WISC) to identify new markets for business growth. The company has since implemented an expansion plan, adding new equipment and personnel, to address the new market opportunities identified by the WISC study.
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Posted Dec 17, 2014 by Ryan Pingel
One of Kansas City’s greatest entrepreneurs, Henry W. Bloch, co-founded H&R Block Inc. in 1955 and helped build it into the world’s largest tax preparation company. Bloch spoke about, “Seven Lessons for Entrepreneurs,” at Kansas City’s Central Library in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship Week. The presentation also coincided with the paperback release of Tom Bloch’s book, Many Happy Returns: The Story of Henry Bloch, America’s Tax Man.
Posted Dec 10, 2014 by Ryan Pingel
The time to save money on taxes is before April 15. Here are two key things small business owners can do by December 31 that can reduce the amount of taxes you'll owe next spring.