About the event
Attend this business and entrepreneurship Badger Café to learn insights from UW–Madison experts and alumni. And don’t miss an opportunity to showcase your business to other entrepreneurs by participating in our open house prior to the event. Sign up today as space is limited!
Sarada ’05, assistant professor of management and human resources in the Wisconsin School of Business
Cheryl Munson ’75, founder and chief consultant at BizPlanWriter.net
Michael Reid ’87, founder and head master at Reid’s Premier Martial Arts, founder of MasterReid.com, and former Atlanta Falcons linebacker.
About the speakers
Assistant professor Sarada’s research focuses on the economics of entrepreneurship, and her work examines who becomes an entrepreneur, the financial incentives they face in doing so, and the factors that determine entrepreneurial success.
Panelist Munson is part of a team at BizPlanWriter.net that helps startups and small-to-medium businesses by developing custom and professional business plans, marketing strategies, and requests for proposals using industry best practices.
Panelist Reid is a former UW athlete who, following his rookie season with the Atlanta Falcons, opened a martial arts school. In 2010, he earned his sixth-degree rank master title in Shaolin Martial Arts. His school teaches adults and specializes in the personal development of kids ages 5 to 12. At MasterReid.com, he works with youth, is a life coach, and speaks to groups in conjunction with his martial arts responsibilities.
|6–6:30 p.m.||Welcome reception, registration, and business networking fair|
|6:30–7 p.m.||Welcome and presentation by Sarada|
|7–7:30 p.m.||Lightning talks with UW alumni, brief moderation from professor and panelists|
|7:30–8 p.m.||Audience Q & A, closing remarks, and continued reception|
Light refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to all, but we strongly encourage registration.
Parking will be provided in a designated lot. Learn More >
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