On this madisonNoteworthy FEATURE EPISODE, we highlight Bendyworks, a web and mobile app software development company located in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Brandon Williams sits down with founders Stephen Anderson and Brad Grzesiak to talk about their start with Bendyworks and their philosophies in running their business and how that has helped them grow.
Stay tuned for our next feature episode, we’ll be interviewing Healther Wentler and Amy Gannon of the Doyenne Group, a Madison organization making an impressive impact in support of women entrepreneurs.
We’re back with Seth Braddock, CEO of Kilter, talking about his experience with hiring interns.
Sit down with Rachel Robinson, co-founder of Dot Com Therapy, to discuss how Dot Com Therapy took a face-to-face service online.
Learn about the UW-Madison Small Business Development Center and they have to offer from Director, Michelle Somes-Booher.
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There isn’t much that Mr. Brandon Williams hasn’t done. You may remember him as the All-American wide receiver for the Wisconsin Badgers. But he’s done so much more than that, wearing many hats including a professional athlete (San Francisco 49ers), an author, broadcaster and successful entrepreneur. He’s built a reputation in the financial industry and is a wealth management advisor at BMO Harris (or as many would say a financial guru). He’s also a sports commentator for ESPN and an inspirational speaker.
And now, who better than Brandon Williams to be the face of madisonNoteworthy, joining in the mission to support the growth and success of our Madison entrepreneurs.
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