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Renter SafetyNet, a new insurance program from CUNA Mutual Group’s innovation lab, was launched today in Wisconsin. In a shifting housing market where more people than ever are renting rather than buying, Renter SafetyNet is a first-of-its-kind program created specifically for landlords to come out of the Madison-based insurance tech startup, SafetyNet. “PEW research put…Read More
SafetyNet, a Madison, Wisconsin-based insurance tech startup, is hoping to solve a problem that plagues nearly half of all Americans. “A Fed[eral Reserve] report said that almost half of Americans can’t afford to pay a $400 surprise expense,” said Mark Greene, Director of Innovation at SafetyNet. “Other stats say more than half of Americans don’t…Read More
Three students at the University of Wisconsin were discussing business ideas when one mentioned his experience with a cumbersome paper process during physical therapy. Thinking there had to be a better way, the trio formed Milwaukee-based Health Snaps, a startup currently going through the NMotion Accelerator program. “Max (Zirbel, CTO), Jordan (Mather, CEO) and I…Read More
Cox Business brought Get Started Omaha back for the fourth year during Omaha Startup Week earlier this month. The event featured six entrepreneurs pitching their businesses to a panel of experts for a shot at $7,500 in cash and a $2,500 Cox Media package. This year’s pitch winner was Ali Clark from Snowshoe Candy Co.,…Read More
On Dec. 26, Men’s Style Lab founder Derian Baugh got what he calls a “belated Christmas miracle.” He found out that his fledgling e-commerce startup had been accepted to gener8tor, a Madison, Wisc.-based accelerator he describes as extremely competitive.
Of 385 applicants, Men’s Style Lab was chosen as one of five startups from across the country accepted this winter. But Baugh won’t be heading to …Read More