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Money Tree survey shows lull in Wisconsin venture capital deals

Wisconsin didn't produce a single venture capital deal from January through March this year, according to the recently published Money Tree survey.

Venture capitalists in the state said that the lack of deals in a quarter is not necessarily representative of the state, though it is another reminder that capital is hard to come by.

For the past four years, Wisconsin's investments ......

Full article >>> said Dennis Winters, vice president and director of research at NorthStar Economics. "The whole market is still down; 2004 was better than 2003, and we expect that to continue."

Winters warned that the statistics can be deceiving. Wisconsin may not have done any venture capital deals this quarter, but companies such as Mason Wells continue......

Full article >>> rter basis is just too small of a segment to have a lot of meaning," Neis said. "I don't think the industry uses the data in a meaningful way other than to report on our overall activity. ... Within the venture capital community, I don't think it has much of a reflection one way or another because people are just basically looking for good deals. It doesn't harm us there."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 05/09/05


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