Inventors of an app that tells residents how to follow city guidelines for recycling, a wireless audiovisual system, and a device that detects unseen hazards for truck drivers, are receiving seed money to build their products after winning their respective startup pitch competitions through the statewide Hatch program. Since 2017, Milwaukee-based BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation, an early-stage investment organization, has hosted regional pitch competitions through its Hatch program, a free community-based startup pitch program. The competition is coordinated in partnership with NEWaukee, a social architecture firm.
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