Both companies are holding public offerings.
Hyde, a Milwaukee company that developed lightweight life jackets, won the Governor's Business Plan Contest in 2016.
If that happens, it would be good for Madison, as well, Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce president Zach Brandon says.
The Fitchburg company says it will be the first of several wound treatment products in the pipeline.
Microsoft is one of two organizations that chose to work with the health-tech company.
Women in Biohealth will hold its first meeting Jan. 17.
The company had been based in New Mexico.
One drug candidate would fight cancers that attack children, the other aims at a genetic liver disease.
Ten local startups have completed the mentorship programs.
Most involved options granted almost a decade ago, due to expire in 2019.
A protein tag developed by the Fitchburg company for biotech research is named a "top 10 innovation" for 2017.
The Madison startup has software that maps the infrastructure of buildings, "like Google maps for buildings."
And there could be more chains on the way, a Madison entrepreneur says.
The trip was organized by the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce.
Two conferences are aimed at encouraging startups and helping them grow.
Microsoft is a partner in the new gBETA venture.
More than 50 Wisconsin companies work at creating mobile and video games.
Kiio is also getting a $1 million investment from WEA Trust.
The Madison company is working on a cancer-fighting drug platform.
The money comes via the SBIR Advance program.
Voting runs through next Thursday.
The Madison startup is working on antibody-based drug compounds.
The company is designing wearables to predict and prevent leg injuries.
Health care needs a technology revolution. If you look at almost any other industry — transportation, finance, hospitality, manufacturing, etc. — the revolution has already begun. Mobile devices, cloud computing, the sharing economy, machine learning, 3-D printing, the list goes on. Meanwhil…