Finalists in Gov’s Biz Plan Contest offer innovation in health, environment, more

Twenty-six entries representing sectors such as health care, cleantech, education, software and innovations in products or services are competing in the finalist round of the 19th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.

The contestants have emerged after two rounds of judging in the contest organized through the Wisconsin Technology Council and its sponsors and volunteers.

“Young companies such as those advancing in this year’s contest are examples of innovation that cuts across industry sector lines in Wisconsin,” said Greg Lynch, chairman of the Tech Council and a partner at the law firm of Michael Best.

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Note: four of the finalists are Discovery to Product (D2P) innovators:

Contrast Dynamics, Erick Oberstar
ChloBis Water, Margaret Lumley
Flux XII, Patrick Sullivan
Gud Medical, Joseph Ulbrich