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Supporting Local Startups Through Cream City Venture Capital

In order for Milwaukee to be a premier startup ecosystem, entrepreneurs need access to capital, support and resources from the earliest stages. See how we’re doing just that through our Cream City Venture Capital fund.

DigiPig: A modern piggy bank to promote financial literacy

In an age where currency is becoming less and less tangible, Northwestern Mutual has developed (and patented the design for) a modern, digital piggy bank to help promote financial literacy with kids.

Women in Tech: Notes from the Grace Hopper Celebration

This past fall, I attended the world's largest gathering of women technologists. As I reflect on the experience of being surrounded by 25,000 strong and talented women, here are three things that stood out.

A Year with Cream City Labs: Looking Back and Ahead

We recently celebrated the first anniversary of Cream City Labs and couldn't be happier about the feedback we are getting from the many different teams that use our dedicated innovation space.

Think Like an Innovator: Applying Past Lessons in a New Role

I recently moved to the Risk Product side of our business after four years in Digital Innovation, where the skills I developed are helping us consider new ways to improve products and delight customers.

Solving Business Challenges with a One-Team Approach

When faced with a recent challenge, my team and I knew we'd need IT to help execute the solution. So, we brought them in to collaborate—up front. The results we were able to achieve by working as one team surpassed my expectations, and we can’t wait to do it again!

hi, Tech: We're Changing Tech Education for the Better

For brothers Danny and Omar Andrade, STEM outreach is a family affair. Learn what draws them to volunteering and how they believe programs like hi, Tech are changing the game for tech education.

Beyond a Great Idea: What Successful Startups Bring to the Table

For startups that want to work with us, the first priority is to have a solution that solves a business need or opportunity. The second priority is something we find is often overlooked, yet critical to every successful engagement: Industry-standard controls.

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