03 May Three state businesses receive technology grants
Madison, Wis. – Three Wisconsin businesses will receive funding for technology development projects from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce under the Technology Assistance Grant program.
The TAG program provides grants of up to $15,000 to early-stage Wisconsin high-tech companies to offset the cost of professional services. The latest group of grant recipients are: Automated Notification Systems, Inc., Eau Claire; Micrablate, LLC, Middleton; and Neurognostics, Inc., Milwaukee.
Automated Notification Systems, established in 2004 to develop an automated notification system, will receive $4,500 to write a comprehensive business plan and to hire professional grant research and writing assistance.
Micrablate, a developer of medical device technology that also was founded in 2004, will receive a $3,000 grant for professional grant research and writing assistance.
Meanwhile, Neurognostics will receive a $3,000 award to hire consultants to help with the resubmission of an application for a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Institutes of Health. The company was established in 2003 to develop treatments for disorders of the central nervous system.
For more information about the TAG program, contact Cheryl Gain of the Department of Commerce at (608) 261-7721.