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Early-stage executives hear from investors

Milwaukee, Wis. - Angel and venture investors have fewer secrets these days, and they were more than willing to dispense some advice to early-stage executives during the National SBIR-STTR Conference.

In evaluating MatriLab, a Milwaukee-based biotech with scientific ties to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, they counseled technology start ups to......

Full article >>> tion of higher animal studies on pigs and further business development work.

George Arida, managing director of Venture Investors, liked the fact that MatriLab has established milestones, which is a sign to investors that some thought has been put into the development of the company. The same "stair step" approach will benefit the company when......

Full article >>> ter returns, Meier said it's not a bad idea for any technology company to start thinking about sales long before the product goes to market. If nothing else, talking to potential future customers will sharpen the sense of product validation.

"Before you even start your business," Meier said, "you should be making sales calls."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 11/08/06


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