Managing Partner, Knuteson, Hinkston & Quinn, S.C.
Andrew is a native of Racine, where he graduated as Co-Valedictorian from Racine Lutheran High School in 2010. He went on to graduate magna cum laude from Carthage College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 2014. At Carthage, Andrew played four years on the varsity football team, made the Dean’s List every semester, and completed the All-College Honors Scholar program. He earned a Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the University of Notre Dame Law School and served as the Executive Development Editor for the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy.
Andrew has a general practice, with an emphasis on business, estate planning, and real estate, collections, personal injury, and criminal matters for the firm. Prior to joining Knuteson, Hinkston & Quinn, S.C., his experience includes serving as an intern to a Federal magistrate judge at the Southern District Court of Indiana in Indianapolis, as well as interning at a large firm in Fort Wayne, Indiana during his second year of law school. He helped senior attorneys draft litigation documents, business and real estate contracts, and estate planning documents. Andrew is excited to be closer his family and friends in Racine and enjoys attending community events and festivals in Southeast Wisconsin, especially during the summer months.
Tech-Prize is pleased to announce it has received a grant from SC Johnson to Support the Tech-Prize competition and process. This grant applies to the prizes and competitions utilized to motivate Innovation in our community.
Join us for an outstanding “In-Person” event at the beautiful and historic Milwaukee Athletic Club, to hear a great panel of Wisconsin leaders share how the Eco-System is set up to support you.
This event happens on December 13th at 6:00 PM CST at the Milwaukee Athletic Club.
Learn more & register here: HTTP://fi.co/e/298907
Meet Eco-System Leaders, Investors, and other Founders working through all the same things that you are.
Over $1.75BN in Funding was Raised by FI Alumni! The Founder Institute’s global scale and the number of successful Alumni are truly unprecedented. The real question is: can the Founder Institute be game-changing for your business? The answer is yes. Without FI, Udemy may have never raised any money!
Do you have a startup that needs funding? Do you want to learn how startup funding works, what you need to do before trying to raise funding, and where you can go to get it? Then join us for this interactive, online fundraising workshop, which will provide practical, step-by-step advice. It will feature talks from entrepreneurs who have successfully raised money for their businesses and investors funding companies. Learn expert tips, the pitfalls to avoid, what investors are looking for, how equity works, and more.
This event happens TONIGHT at 6:00PM CST. Register here: HTTP://fi.co/e/298484
Over $1.75BN in Funding Raised by FI Alumni! The Founder Institute’s global scale and number of successful Alumni is truly unprecedented. The real question is: can the Founder Institute be game-changing for your business? The answer is yes. Without FI, Udemy may have never raised any money.
Be a part of Milwaukee Tech Week! Explore Milwaukee’s innovation through events covering all of tech. Attend one or more during the week and help us celebrate MKE Tech. See the full calendar of events: https://www.mketech.org/tech-week-2022-events/
Hey everyone – we have an event coming up ( 6:00 pm, Oct 13, 2022 (America/Chicago)) that you may be interested in: “Startup Funding in Wisconsin: How to Raise Money”. This will be a panel discussion with experienced entrepreneurs, bankers and investors. This will be a great event to hear directly from the source sharing what it takes to get funded. This will be an Online Event so easy to attend. If you are interested you can RSVP at https://fi.co/e/298484. It should be fun and informative, hope you can make it!
The Wisconsin Technology Council has announced accepting applications for their annual Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium planned for Nov 9-10 at Madison’s Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center. There are three chances to pitch at the event. Learn more: https://wisconsintechnologycouncil.com/early-stage-symposium/
The Tech-Prize team would like to invite you to the Tech-Prize 2022 Networking event and the Kick-off for the Founder Institute Wisconsin, Accelerator to bring together the full community of Idea Creators, Investors, Sponsors, Mentors, and Civic, Education, and Business leadership. We do this to create connections and make the Innovation Eco-System an outstanding culture and process in our community and region. In addition to this, we will kick off the Founder Institute Wisconsin Accelerator process. To help us with this task, we have a number of fantastic guest speakers that will offer their guidance, motivation, and plans for both our state and our local region. Join us to learn more!
Tech-Prize 2022 is just 3 weeks away. There’s still time to get in on over $80,000 in cash prizes and scholarships! Check it out… Visit www.tech-prize.org to learn more. There’s something for every entrepreneur. Share your idea – win money! www.tech-prize.org.
Becoming a mentor can boost your own professional development while offering the satisfaction of giving back by helping others. Here’s an opportunity to become a mentor and make the most of the experience.
Learn more and apply to become a mentor at https://fi.co/mentor/10403
Tom Still, Director of the Wisconsin Technology Council interviews Jeffrey Daniel, Co-Leader of Tech-Prize and Co-Director of Founders Institute Wisconsin on the Launch of Founder Institute’s latest chapter – Founder Institute Wisconsin.