Niki Neal owns a gym. Neal has no plans to raise venture capital. Her business is not high-growth. New technology is not being developed. Around 100 women come to work out at the Curves franchise in Oak Creek on a typical Monday. But Neal is getting help during the pandemic from Milwaukee-based, nationally-ranked startup accelerator gener8tor.
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