Cutthroat creativity: Canada-based nonprofit shows Madison companies, students how to be entrepreneurs

A Canadian nonprofit that seeks to sow the seeds of entrepreneurship around the world has joined forces with UW-Madison and major employers to teach startups and college students how to run a company.

In return, graduating Creative Destruction Lab participants are able to come away with skills that help them propel their business — if they don’t get eliminated from the cutthroat, “Shark Tank”-like program first.

And students may go on to launch their own ventures, or at least work for one of the involved firms.

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