The M List

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Over the years, Madison Magazine has celebrated our Person of the Year and Top Madisonians in a variety of ways. This month, we rebrand the editorial project “The M List,” kicking off a new Madison A-list of the people you should know. The inaugural class recognizes fifty-three entrepreneurs and technologists who’ve launched or grown their businesses this year in an emerging and exciting high-technology sector. We also call out some of these same individuals for creating twenty-first-century lifestyles through technology, workspaces and community gathering spots that build our community in new and interesting ways. A vibrant tech scene is fueling the city’s future. Let’s get to know the people behind it. 

 

1-2. CHRIS MEYER & HEATHER WENTLER   

SECTOR67, FRACTAL
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3. MICHAEL ADAM

BANKMYBIZ‚Äč
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4. ALNISA ALLGOOD

NONPROFIT TECH
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5-6. PRESTON AUSTIN & MATT YOUNKLE

MURFIE
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7. BOB BADDELEY 

PORTABLE SCORES
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8. MARK BAKKEN

NORDIC CONSULTING
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9. JONATHAN BARAN

HEALTHFINCH
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10. PAUL BARFORD

MDOTLABS
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11. JUSTIN BECK

PERBLUE
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12. MARC BRAKKEN

HORIZON COWORKING
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13. RIMAS BUINEVICIUS

ROWHEELS
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14. BRYAN CHAN

SUPRANET
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15. JAMES DIAS 

WELLBE.ME
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16. DOMINIC DiMARCO

MOBILEIGNITER
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17-20. JON ECKHARDT, TROY VOSSELLER, BRIAN CURLISS & KELDA HELEN ROYS

GENER8TOR, GENER8TOR GRADS
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21. DALE EMMONS

VIDMAKER
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22. LIZ EVERSOLL

SOLOMO TECHNOLOGY
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23. GREGORY FLESSAS

SCHEDULESOFT
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24. MARK GEHRING

PROPELLER HEALTH
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25. DAVE GRANDIN

KAYO TECHNOLOGIES
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