Coaching available for business-plan contest survivors

Organizers of the statewide Wisconsin business-plan contest this year intend to provide more mentorship to the entrepreneurial hopefuls who survive the first round than they did during the inaugural competition in 2004.

Now that the submission deadline for initial abstracts of business ideas has passed, a panel of dozens of judges will narrow the 200 entries to 50. The survivors, who must write extended summaries for a further round of elimination. Sometime in March they will be given a "boot camp" and some coaching on plan writing, said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council, which organizes the contest.

Jason Stitt

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