The M List* Startup Crawl

Thursday, October 24th
10 AM - 1PM

Hosted by Madison Magazine and the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce

Take a self-guided tour of Madison's tech scene and explore the burgeoning entrepreneurial world that's right under your nose!

 

Start at any startup, visit just one or all, and learn about new companies, innovative ideas and alternate ways to work.

 

Downtown Businesses:

Bendyworks: A software development shop that designs, builds and fixes digital applications. They collaborate with their customers to turn innovative ideas into elegant digital applications.
• 106 East Doty Street, Suite 200

 

Murfie: Murfie Music is an online music marketplace where you can buy, sell, trade, download and stream CDs.
• 7 N. Pinckney Street #300

Horizon coworking (housed inside Murfie's office): A co-working space that offers shared desks and counter space, as well as printing, reservable conference rooms, a lounge/patio area and more.
• 7 N. Pinckney Street

 

100state: A non-profit organization that is creating a new model for growth and innovation and a new way to unleash talent and passion to solve problems and make the world a better place.
• 100 State Street, 4th floor

 

East Side Business:

Sector67: A non-profit collaborative space that is dedicated to providing an environment to learn, teach, work-on, build and create next generation technology; including software, hardware, electronics and much more.
• 2100 Winnebago Street

View M List Tech Crawl in a larger map

 

*The M List is the new Madison "who's who" featured in the upcoming November issue of Madison Magazine. This inaugural recipients are entrepreneurs and technologists who've launched or grown their businesses this year, and those who've had a significant impact on the tech sector and growing the local economy. All companies on the startup crawl are featured on "The M List."

For information on the M List Debut Party, click here.

Sponsors:

Title Sponsor: First Business Bank
Contributors: Capital EntrepreneursHardin Design & Development, M3 Insurance, MGE, Neider & Boucher and Supranet.

 

                                 

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