With the help of FVTC’s e-seed program, Sandy Martin of Oshkosh built a successful organic clothing business, green3, from the ground up.
An Appleton couple launches a dynamic new energy business with the help of FVTC’s E-Seed program.
The FVTC Venture Center’s new Pro-Seed training program gave Dr. Pat Mahoney the insight and skills to take his veterinary practice to the next level.
The Pro-Seed™ program helped Dave and Gerry Kozlowski clarify their company’s direction and boost sales and profits.
FVTC’s Machine Tool Technician program provided Kendal Beilke with a solid foundation for a rewarding career. It also made him an advocate for technical education.
The Venture Center at Fox Valley Technical College helped open Kristin Benson Ellsworth’s eyes to a world of new possibilities.
When the recession hit, Jerry Oberstadt turned to FVTC’s Venture Center for help.
Making machine parts for friends turned into a thriving business in just two years for one local entrepreneur, thanks to training at Fox Valley Technical College.
Thanks to learning about small business ownership in high school, it didn’t take long for 21-year-old Marc Busko to get going on his career as an entrepreneur.
When a business grows its staff from two to more than 60 employees in just six years, something is working.