Subject: 10.16.2019 New North Newsletter

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Packers-Microsoft’s TitletownTech Joint Venture Trying To Win Different Kind of Game
Front Office Sports
Startups and young businesses generate 50% of the job growth in the state, according to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. TitletownTech supports entrepreneurs across five key areas: sports, media and entertainment; digital health; agriculture, water, and environment; advanced manufacturing; and supply chain technology.

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UW-Green Bay’s Innovation in Aging Competition is announced with a forum to help prepare competitors
UW-Green Bay News
The fourth annual Innovation in Aging (IiA) Student Competition is taking place on March 4, 2020, from 4 to 6 p.m. Please share this information with your students. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend or participate. The purpose of this event is to generate ideas and inventions that can help support those in the community facing challenges associated with aging.
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The New North Hatch Pitch Event
Brightstar.org
The New North Hatch program will feature four sub-regional qualifying events and a regional finale. In preparation of the regional event, New North is working with its local partners to host various qualifying local events. The deadline to upload your pitch idea is November 1st so go to www.thestartuphub.org/pitch and select the one registration link that is closest to you. Below are the details for these events:

The Greater Green Bay Chamber Hatch event, The Audible

The Appleton Hatch event, Fast Pitch

The Sheboygan County Hatch event 

The Marinette Hatch event, Invent Your North

The top two finishers at the four New North sub-regional events will pitch at the New North Hatch Regional Finale on December 5th in Green Bay at a part of the New North Summit. For more information on the Summit go tohttps://newnorthsummit.com/.
White House Opportunity & Revitalization Roundtable
New North took part in a roundtable hosted by the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council and coordinated by USDA in which federal, state, and local agencies along with private sector industry leaders met to discuss top regional priorities and to evaluate how Opportunity Zones could assist. This was preceded by a bus tour to view the opportunity zones in Marinette and neighboring Menomonee. There are 18 opportunity zones in the New North region. More information can be found at www.thenewnorth.com
New North Vision
To be recognized as nationally and globally competitive for personal and economic growth.

New North Mission 
Catalyst for regional prosperity through collaboration.
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