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Molly Dill
Molly Dill, former BizTimes Milwaukee managing editor.

Project Pitch It: Asili Naturals appears on national entrepreneurship show

Milwaukee natural skincare startup Asili Naturals was included in a recent episode of national entrepreneurship show “Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch.” The episode was posted in late...

The good life: Love of music and family help Eisenmann relax

The question in Erik Eisenmann’s household growing up wasn’t whether he and his sister would play an instrument, but what instrument they would choose. His...

Clicking with Milwaukee

When software engineer Roman Reynebeau decided to switch jobs five years ago, he faced a decision: stay in Milwaukee, or move to a more...

Jump Start: Health care software developer Otologic Technologies chooses to locate...

Otologic Technologies Inc. Location: Milwaukee Founders: Dr. Aaron Moberly, Metin Gurcan, Darrin McCall, Dan Wenger and John Guequierre. Founded: May 2019 Product: Ear disease diagnostic AI software Website: otologictech.com Employees:...

CUNA Mutual launches an incubator

Madison-based mutual insurance company CUNA Mutual Group has launched an incubator to develop products and services for credit unions – its core customer base.

Lime approved for scooter pilot in Milwaukee

Electric scooters will be zooming down Milwaukee’s streets again this week. The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works today approved the first company for its Dockless Scooter Pilot Study: Lime.

Project Pitch It: Blue Mangoes expanding product line

Milwaukee social enterprise empowers females in developing countries.

Innovations: Fiveable gains investors with social learning platform

Marcus Lemonis had something up his sleeve. The Marquette alumnus and Camping World chief executive officer turned off his microphone and whispered to Summerfest CEO...

Wisconsin startup ecosystem growing, with room for improvement

A lot has happened in Wisconsin’s early-stage space in the first half of the year. There were wins, and there were losses. So all...

Pop-Up MKE returning for second year

Pop-Up MKE, the public-private effort launched last year to fill vacant storefronts with temporary retail shops, is returning for a second year.

Curate Solutions closes $1.6M funding round

Madison startup Curate Solutions Inc. has completed a $1.65 million seed-plus round of funding, said co-founder and chief executive officer Taralinda Willis. The lead investor...

Scale Up Milwaukee seeking minority- and women-owned small businesses

Scale Up Milwaukee is now accepting applications for its third cohort of SPARC, a training course for minority- and women-owned businesses in the Milwaukee area.

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