26 Feb Entrepreneurs compete at business plan contest
Eric Griswold doesn’t want to say too much about his talking bottle cap.
A slip of the tongue about his inexpensive technology might attract copycats.
The Milwaukee engineering consultant wants to learn how investors think, however, and network with other entrepreneurs.
His solution? For the third year in a row, Griswold has entered the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan contest.
And, for the third time, he’s advanced to the second round of the contest, winning the right to attend a boot camp for entrepreneurs Wednesday afternoon, where speakers covered topics ranging from how to lure investors and build sales to the business plan of the Grateful Dead.
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