-- Wisconsin has made significant progress in improving business conditions in the state but must do much more to relieve investment restrictions if the state is to better capitalize on high-growth industries, a state Senate committee heard on Tuesday.
"Today it is easier to legally gamble your life savings away than it is to invest in emerging, growth Wisconsin compa......Full article >>>
made it easier to do business in Wisconsin, but the state still bears a national reputation as an uninviting place to make business investments because of overregulation, said Joseph Hildebrandt, an attorney at the Madison office of the law firm of Foley & Lardner and founder and nationalco-chair of the firm's Private Equity & Venture Capital team, as well as a member of its Emerging Technologies ......Full article >>>
?id=2168">Suggestions offered to foster high-growth business investment
"More must be done to improve the risk/reward ratio for Wisconsin investors," Grosenheider said.
Aaron Olver of the Department of Commerce suggested an addition change would be to allow a tax-credit-qualifying investment to be recorded in a subsequent year if the credit cap had already been reached. Witho......Full article >>>
cations among angel investors throughout the state and the prospective deals that have come before the state network. The angel network is working to help new, local networks form and is gathering metrics to get a better handle on the angel investment picture. A metrics report is expected in the first quarter of the new year.
Olver said $1.07 million in angel tax credits have been awarded......Full article >>>
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