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SWIB gets more pressure to invest in state tech start-ups

Madison, Wis. -- As lawmakers and business proponents pressure the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB) to invest more in Wisconsin technology start-ups, improving business conditions may foster just such investments.

A month after SWIB brought in investment representatives to discuss the Wisconsin high-tech start-up scene, State Sen. Ted Kanavas (R-Brookfield) met with SWIB ......

Full article >>> d a better job investing in start-ups," he said. "According to the National Venture Capital Association, Wisconsin posted $57 million in venture capital that assisted nine companies in 2004. In contrast, Minnesota invested $370 million in 40 companies, Illinois $270 million in 39 companies, Michigan $147 million for 120 companies, Indiana $66 million for six companies and Missouri $62 million for ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By David Niles 09/19/05


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