This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features a discussion at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference with Josh Verhelst, vice president of global operations for N’compass.
He talks about the Twin Cities company’s data platform being used in medical systems here in Wisconsin, and touches on the concept of using drones to perform wind turbine examinations. He also gives his impression of the conference and explains why he made the trip from Minnesota.
This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Rachel Wilberding, executive director of Healthy Community Kitchen.
She discusses how the nonprofit helps those in Dane County get nutritious meals after a surgery or other major medical event, and highlights some major impacts the program has had in its first few years.
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Nick Mastronardi, CEO of Polco.
This civic engagement platform uses crowdsourced data to allow counties, municipalities and other entities to tap into their constituents’ thoughts and feelings on certain issues. Started in Texas, this company is now focusing its efforts on expanding in Wisconsin.
This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Katie Rice, program director for the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation’s UpStart program.
She talks about how UpStart helps women and other minorities find the resources they need to start a business, and discusses the benefits of the program. She also touches on some recent success stories in Madison.
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast" features Kerry Frank, CEO and co-founder of Comply365, a Beloit company offering a digital platform to streamline business operations.
Frank points to recent growth she has seen in Beloit, and discusses how the changing ecosystem there provides unique benefits to Comply365 workers.
This episode of WisBusiness: The Podcast features Renato Romani, founder and CEO of Easy Way to Health, a Madison-based startup that aims to help people lose weight.
Romani is a physician and entrepreneur who started Easy Way to Health to eliminate the frustration and demotivation that come from seeing bodyweight spike while trying to lose weight.
This episode of WisBusiness: The Podcast features guests from HealthConnect.Link, CEO Kevin Dwyer (pictured here) and physician advisor Jasmine Zapata, to discuss the online health and social services platform being built for low-income and uninsured individuals.
Dwyer discusses the launch of the prototype site and Zapata talks about the particular need in Dane County for an easy-to-use site that links individuals to important services.
This episode of "WisBusiness: The Podcast" features Bill Kohl, COO for JangoBio, talking about fighting the aging process.
He discusses the importance of hormones to the human body, gives an update on the company's pursuit of NIH funding, and looks ahead to upcoming animal trials.
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Bridget Krueger, CEO and founder of KaleidoCare, a health care consulting firm based in Middleton.
She talks about improving patient outcomes through dedicated advocacy, and how guiding people through the confusing world of medicine can help them learn to help themselves.
This episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Chorom Pak, founder of Lynx Biosciences, who tells how the company’s “functional companion diagnostics” can help determine the efficacy of blood cancer treatments.
She also talks about completing a recent retrospective clinical trial, and gives an update on the company’s progress toward commercialization.