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Venture Investors looks to fund 20 companies

Madison, Wis. - Since its inception, Venture Investors has emphasized the "entrepreneur-in-residence" model that was popularized on the coasts, and it now has amassed enough capital to invest in 20 additional early-stage businesses.

The Madison-based venture capital firm announced it has raised $69 million from mostly Wisconsin sources......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/05/06


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