Tag: TitletownTech

Two national investors join Titletown Venture Fund

Insight Publications shared good news in its “Regional Roundup.” UW-Green Bay partners, the Green Bay Packers and TitleTownTech, added two national investors. Jerry Jacobs Jr., Delaware North co-CEO and an alternate governor for the Boston Bruins, and Jeff Wilpon, partner of Sterling Project Development, Sterling Equities and chief operating officer of the New York Mets, […]

Entrepreneur in Residence featured in Biz Times

Aaron Kennedy is known nationwide for being the founder and CEO of Noodles & Company, and successfully leading Colorado with branding and marketing campaigns. Now the UW-Madison graduate is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at UW-Green Bay. Kennedy’s enter the effort to help Green Bay attract more startups and scale-ups was announced late April. With an alliance including […]

UW-Green Bay alumnus receives Free Enterprise Award, story by the Press-Gazette

UW-Green Bay alumnus Craig Dickman ’82 (Business Administration) has been selected to receive this year’s Free Enterprise Award. “Craig’s community involvement has helped build a strong business that has not only changed the landscape of the Green Bay community, but has also changed the landscape of his industry,” says Miranda Bonde, Rotary Club of Green […]

Tom Still: Upper Midwest’s ‘I-Q corridor’ offers options to coastal congestion

“Aaron Kennedy is an entrepreneur with national credentials. He was founder and chief executive officer for Noodles & Company, led Colorado’s successful branding and marketing campaign, managed product rollouts for major firms and continues to advise emerging companies through some of the nation’s leading accelerators. Now, perhaps somewhat to his surprise, UW-Madison graduate Kennedy is […]

Aaron Kennedy, TitletownTech plan to put Green Bay on map in terms of startups, AP News article says

Aaron Kennedy, TitletownTech/UW-Green Bay’s new entrepreneur-in-residence, is planning on putting the city of Green Bay on the map when it comes to “startups and scale-ups,” according to a recent AP News piece. TitletownTech comprises of a partnership between the Green Bay Packers, Microsoft, UW-Green Bay and others. Kennedy’s role includes thinking big about what Green Bay can […]

UW-Green Bay/Packers announce new additions to TitletownTech

The Green Bay Packers have announced the new additions to TitletownTech. Aaron Kennedy will be joining the TitletownTech team as the UW-Green Bay entrepreneur-in-residence. Kennedy is the founder of Noodles and Company, and will work to advance early-stage ventures and entrepreneurial opportunities in the region as well as connect UW campuses to TitletownTech. UW-Green Bay alumnus Cordero […]

New TitletownTech entrepreneur-in-residence garners media coverage

Aaron Kennedy, founder of Noodles & Company, has been named the new entrepreneur-in-residence for TitletownTech, a unique partnership with UW-Green Bay, the UW System, the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft. Read more from the Press-Gazette, Biz Journals, WBAY and We are Green Bay.

The Pitch on Thursday, April 11 will feature two UW-Green Bay teams

The UW-Green Bay student businesses Bookbates and Fervid Life will be competing at “The Pitch” on Thursday, April 11, at 4 p.m. at TitletownTech. Bookbates is owned by Business Administration students Garriet Kanis, Wyatt Smet and Zach Zeutzius. Bookbates won the Spring 2019 UW-Green Bay Student Business Idea Contest and earned the People’s Choice Award at […]

The Power of Partnership

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Partnerships energize the campus and the community Two significant developments on campus and near downtown Green Bay illustrate the importance and power of partnerships in the life of UW-Green Bay. The first is right here on campus, as the Brown County STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Innovation Center, which broke ground Sept. 17, 2018, […]