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That blip on the national venture capital radar screen may be Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. - When it comes to attracting venture capital, Wisconsin has always defined what it means to be a "flyover state." Investors on the East and West coasts have basically stuck close to home when it came to financing high-tech deals in the Heartland, with the exception of a few states such as Minnesota, Colorado, and Texas.

Lately, however......

Full article >>> as most venture capitalists will freely admit, few firms can bite off deals by themselves, and most Wisconsin firms often partner with other investors. That usually means working with a firm from outside the state, whether it is as close as Chicago or as far away as the East and West coasts.

Speaking at the Wisconsin Ent......

Full article >>> br> It may be years before Wisconsin works its way up to even the national per capita average in venture capital investments, but the prospects for growth look better today than at any time since the "tech bust" of 2000-2001. That's good news for Wisconsin entrepreneurs, who can hope more of that money flying at 30,000 feet comes in for a landing.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 09/05/06


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