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Angel investing should lead to more venture funding, Ward says

Madison Wisconsin may have received only three of the 35 Midwestern venture capital deals reported during the first quarter of 2006, but one local observer isn't alarmed.

A MoneyTree Report released this week said 35 Midwestern companies attracted a total of $185 million during the quarter, compared to three Wisconsin companies with at le......

Full article >>> irm based in Cleveland. "They [venture capitalists] want to see a consistent revenue stream and a complete management team in place," Ward said, "and they want to see some accelerated growth prospects where a company is really ramping up."

Apparently, a number of firms are in that position, according to the MoneyTree Report, which was produced by Pricew......

Full article >>> al for any region to develop and maintain a continuum of capital from angel and seed funding to venture financing. He said the biggest gap is at the early stages, including companies that are spun out of research institutions. "That is a chasm that is difficult to cross," he stated.

Businesses that have been successful in wooing outside investors, particularly the parochial coastal financ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/26/06


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