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The Test of Time: Anniversary companies put the 'long' in longevity

The Test of Time: Anniversary companies put the 'long' in longevity

The gift of business longevity isn’t simply presented, it’s earned with smart decisions — strategic or otherwise — at several key intervals in the life of a business. In this, our annual toast to Dane County businesses that will celebrate milestone anniversaries ending in a 0 or 5 in the new year, we’ll reintroduce you to several longstanding companies that have continually adapted to changing times and customer needs.

Madison’s RenewAire makes sustainability the lifeblood of its business

Madison’s RenewAire makes sustainability the lifeblood of its business

When sustainability is part of your DNA, those principles and values run all the way to your marrow. Take Madison’s RenewAire. The company manufactures energy-recovery ventilators that are designed to improve buildings’ indoor air quality and energy efficiency. But the company has not only walked the walk with respect to its product offerings since its founding 30 years ago, it’s also sprinted in a more sustainable direction in its everyday business operations.

Cooling Off: Ebullient’s heat-seeking mission impresses Silicon Valley

Cooling Off: Ebullient’s heat-seeking mission impresses Silicon Valley

According to Emerson Power Networks (EPN), in 2013, the world created 1.9 trillion gigabytes of data, equivalent to every person on earth having 16 iPhones. None of it would have been possible without data centers that house the servers necessary to power the data, yet the amount of energy required to keep the world communicating is both mind-blowing and growing.

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Drifty creates 'pickax' for high-tech gold rush

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Drifty co-founder Max Lynch. The Madison startup creates mobile development tools targeted at Web developers. "There's a gold rush right now with apps, and everyone's trying to build the next great app, so we're just here to kind of make it easier for people to do that," says Lynch.

EatStreet gobbles up more market share

Madison Noteworthy co-host Christi Andringa talks with EatStreet co-founder Matt Howard about his fast-growing online food-ordering service. EatStreet, which launched in 2010, allows customers to order from more than 200 restaurants in Madison and 15,000 across the country.

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