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Summer venture investments total $18 million for Wisconsin start ups

Madison, Wis. - This summer, venture investors deployed more than $18 million to tech-based start ups across Wisconsin, a total that may bode well for improving on the state's 2005 venture performance.

While it is difficult to draw firm conclusions from one quarter of investment activity, the number could indicate that technologically innovative companies have been successful in at......

Full article >>> r. WAN is an arm of the Wisconsin Technology Council, the science and technology advisor to Gov. Jim Doyle and the State Legislature.

Lorrie Keating Heinemann, secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Financial Ins......

Full article >>> investments included the following:

Orion Energy Systems, a Plymouth-based energy-efficient lighting and services provider, received a $4.5 million from San Francisco-based Expansion Capital Partners in early August.

Virent Energy Systems, a Madison-based a......

Full article >>> s developed a new technology to elminate sludge produced in the waste water treatment process. The bulk of that money, $6.5 million, will be invested by L. Capital Partners, which is based in New York City, and the rest will be provided by private investors.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 09/18/06


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