InventureXcel, a new program offered through the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, has announced it is launching a free business bootcamp for startups this November. Up to five Wisconsin-based startups will be selected for the three-weekend program.
The program will provide entrepreneurs with customized curriculum focused on customer validation, executive summaries and elevator pitches with access to a mentor network of industry experts.
“We are proud to provide another resource right here in Northeast Wisconsin to help entrepreneurs launch their businesses,” said Doug Jarmusz, director of the UW Oshkosh Business Success Center.
Earlier this year, the UW Oshkosh Business Success Center contributed to the economic development of the region by holding its first accelerator program for aerospace entrepreneurs, AeroInnovate.
“InventureXcel will provide entrepreneurs with resources to help them succeed, and we hope that it will have a long-term, sustained impact on the region’s economy,“ said Kim Biedermann, director of InventureXcel.
Applications are now open. For more information, visit inventurexcel.com
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