“What Madison does well — and could do better — for startups” will be held at 100state
30 W Mifflin St, 6th floor on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 6 p.m.

The Cap Times and 100state are hosting a free discussion about successes and shortcomings for Madison’s startup scene. The panel will be moderated by Cap Times tech reporter Laurel White and the panelists are:

◆ Mo Cheeks, director of the Wisconsin Innovation Network and Madison City Council member
◆ Amy Gannon, interim dean of the School of Business at Edgewood College and co-founder of the Doyenne Group
◆ William Hakizimana, founder of Export Abroad
◆ Kevin Little, managing director for economic development at the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce
◆ Eric Martell, chief information officer of EatStreet
◆ Ruth Rohlich, business development specialist for the City of Madison
◆ Greg St. Fort, executive director of 100state
◆ Troy Vosseller, co-founder of gener8tor

Meet-and-greet starts at 6 p.m. with the discussion beginning at 6:30.