The Madison company develops apps to reduce physician time handling routine work tasks.
Winners will be named in June at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference.
The organization, formed to support women entrepreneurs in the Madison area, plans to start chapters in Milwaukee and the Fox Valley.
Understory, a Madison startup, provides detailed weather data to clients in insurance and agriculture.
The business accelerator adds its influence to a growing number of opportunities.
The Madison company might have been the first to know where Foxconn planned to build.
Serving as a mentor to early-stage companies, this new business booster allows for a longer-term payoff.
More than 50 clinics use EnsoData's technology to diagnose apnea and other sleep disorders.
The Madison- and Milwaukee-based business accelerator says it is joining forces with The Brandery, a Cincinnati accelerator.
The company, with several dozen employees in Madison, has the go-ahead to start tests of two of its potential drugs, in another country.
The young Middleton company is getting the philanthropic nonprofit's 40th investment.
It will be the seventh city where the free mentorship program will be held for early-stage startups.
The former Orbitec will create more elaborate platforms for growing greens on space missions.
The accelerator program for young companies will get support from Microsoft.
M-WERC hopes to foster more collaboration among researchers in the two cities.
One hundred people will be studied to see what kind of immune response they develop to the Madison company's vaccine.
The Madison company says it hopes to start offering its test this spring.
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.