Wellntel founders Marian Singer and Nick Hayes spent an afternoon with American Public Media’s Marketplace Sustainability reporter Sarah Gardner to talk about why Wellntel – a technology company focused on groundwater – is in Milwaukee. Sarah’s story explores the potential of a water-focused cluster in the area: anchored by the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee’s School of FreshwaterContinue reading “Why Start-Up in Milwaukee?”
Wellntel is thrilled to welcome Joseph Fillingham to the team! Joe has successfully defended his dissertation and will receive a PhD in Freshwater Ecosystem Dynamics from the University of Wisconsin, School of Freshwater Sciences this May. Joe also has an MS in Atmospheric Science and has worked as a Program Analyst with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Joe will be ScienceContinue reading “Wellntel Welcomes Joe the Science Guy”
Wellntel was recently featured at the investor and tech website Xconomy. Reporter Jeff Engel did a terrific job interviewing, reporting and writing about Wellntel’s innovations and plans. Read it here.
On June 19th at the 2014 Water Summit, Wellntel was officially announced as one of five companies to selected to join the BREW, the Milwaukee Water Council’s accelerator for water technology startups. Other companies participating include a small to micro-scale hydropower system, a new water decontamination technology, a laboratory improvement technology and hardware firm and ourContinue reading “Wellntel joins Watertech Start-ups at The Brew”
Wellntel made hometown news last week, with an in-depth feature in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s business section. Business Reporter Kathleen Gallagher worked hard to get the story right, interviewing many members of Team Wellntel, Wellntel investors and scientists at U-C Berkeley. Since it ran, the phone has rung off the hook with folks wanting to ownContinue reading “Wellntel Featured in Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel”
For Immediate Release — Milwaukee, WI — September, 2013 // The Wisconsin water technology firm Wellntel, working with scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, will bring groundwater into view to help make it sustainable. It’s a bold project that will have lasting positive global consequences. Until recently, ample groundwater seemed like a sure thing. Generally,Continue reading “Wellntel and UC Berkeley Hydroclimate Group to Make Groundwater More Visible”
“If you talk with people (homeowners and farmers) in water stressed regions (60% of US), they’ll tell you that groundwater is property value.” – Marian Singer, CEO Wellntel.