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Madison, Wis. - Startup entrepreneurs throughout the Upper Midwest will have the chance to network and get tips about securing venture capital at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium.

The event, to be held at the Monona Terrace in Madison, will run from Oct. 19-20. It is being organized by the Wisconsin Techn......

Full article >>> current status – early-stage, proof of concept, and those close to market – in which they can focus on who they are and what they need to do.

"Oftentimes, companies think that they are ready to go to market when they really don't have a customer prototype that's been proved," said Courtney Price, CEO of VentureQuest, a consulting firm based in Denver.

Price will be le......

Full article >>> tion poses barriers in addition to the normal questions about the track record of startups in the region that grow into successful firms.

"The other question that we get is, how much opportunity really is there?" D'Souza said. "And it usually comes from people out of the region that are not familiar with the amount of technology that bubbles up around here," he added, noting that while th......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 09/02/05


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