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Breaking down Wisconsin's angel capital numbers

Madison, Wis. - Investments in early-stage Wisconsin companies topped $100 million last year, but the average size of each deal might point to some interesting investment patterns.

The figures were outlined in a recent report titled Risk Capital in Wisconsin: A Progress Report for 2006, which was produced by NorthStar Economics......

Full article >>> providing tax credits to investors that fund companies certified by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce.

In recent months, the state has seen some unusual angel investment deal sizes and structures, such as the $7 million commitment to the early-stage oncology company Cellectar, which involved roughly 70......

Full article >>> seven percent of the total, leads John Gee, the new president of the Information Technology Association of Wisconsin, to believe that some of the state's angel investors might be assuming the role of venture investors in follow-up rounds.

If you have only $60 million in venture capital, where are companies getting growth capital? he asked. They have go......

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'"/> By Joe Vanden Plas 06/20/07

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