Appleton networking business Micronet appears on Project Pitch It

Micronet co-founders Andrew Schmitz and Eric Johnson, on computer, have created a business that helps groups, such as businesses and associations, spark engagement among their employees and members.

APPLETON – A second Fox Cities-based business in as many months hopes to gain statewide exposure through a program that promotes Wisconsin entrepreneurs.  

Micronet, a networking startup based in Appleton, will be featured on the television program “Project Pitch It” this weekend. Project Pitch It, presented by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Lubar Entrepreneurship Center, gives Wisconsin entrepreneurs the chance to pitch their business idea in a “Shark Tank”-type setting.

The sixth episode of the show’s sixth season airs Saturday on Milwaukee TV station WISN-12, and will be rerun on four other Wisconsin stations, including WBAY, on later dates.

Micronet follows Gold Coast Candy, a local candymaker specializing in peanut brittle, which was featured on the season premiere in March.

Andrew Schmitz, co-founder of Micronet, is grateful for the chance to receive exposure beyond the Fox Valley.

Christin Hakim

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