Catch up on news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:
—The NFL’s Green Bay Packers said Craig Dickman has been named managing director of TitleTownTech, a joint venture between the team and Microsoft that’s aimed at spurring digital-age... Read more »
Kim Gamez, CEO and co-founder of the Ann Arbor, MI-based startup Mi Padrino, is a self-described “all-American Gringa” who grew up in farm country. She fell in love with Hispanic culture as she got to know her husband Hugo,... Read more »
Fresh off finally winning an FDA nod for its first product, Amicus Therapeutics is getting in on the gene therapy renaissance.
This morning, Cranbury, NJ-based Amicus (NASDAQ: FOLD) agreed to pay $100 million up front to buy a privately held... Read more »
Three San Diego life science startups have been selected to go through the Ad Astra Ventures accelerator program, a relatively new addition to the San Diego scene.
Ad Astra, which means “to the stars” in Latin, was founded this year by... Read more »
Austin—An Austin real estate investment company has launched a buyer-focused, online residential home search business called Bungalo Technologies.
Amherst, a business that uses data and analytics to invest billions of dollars into public securities and residential and commercial real estate,... Read more »
Jamf, an enterprise IT company based in Minneapolis but with roots and employees in Eau Claire, WI, said Wednesday that it has acquired Orchard & Grove, an Austin, TX-based software developer.
Jamf helps businesses set up and manage Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL... Read more »
May Mobility, the Detroit-based startup putting self-driving shuttles on urban streets, today announced it will soon begin operations in a new city: Columbus, OH.
May has operated autonomous shuttles in downtown Detroit since June, providing transportation to employees of Bedrock,... Read more »
[Updated 9/19/18, 3:40 p.m. See below.] Tiny Rhode Island and its capital city Providence have always punched above their weight, for better or for worse.
Better: Little Rhody’s founder Roger Williams, fleeing religious persecution in 17th-century puritanical Massachusetts, was... Read more »
[Updated 9/19/18, 2:08 pm. See below.] It’s time to catch up on some recent Boston-area tech happenings:
—Takeoff Technologies, a Waltham, MA-based developer of robotic systems for grocery order fulfillment, recently raised $24 million from investors, the company said... Read more »