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Visions: Broderick says Wisconsin should be in top third in venture capital

Editor's note: Dan Broderick is the chief executive of Broadwell Ventures, a new venture capital firm that was spun out of Mason Wells. This interview was conducted during the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference, and after a NorthStar Economics rep......

Full article >>> , itself, in some ways has a reputation, earned or not, of being a high-tax state. In general, some people on the coasts and elsewhere hear that, and consciously or subconsciously factor that into their decisions of where they are going to spend time.

WTN: Do you think we're taking the right approach in trying to build the angel infrastructure first, believing that will lead to mo......

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WTN: The Legislature's Joint Committee on Finance recently failed to pass $2 million the governor had sought for a Venture Center (although it could still be restored later in the budget process). Based on your knowledge of outside investors, does this necessarily harm the state's ability to attract venture dollars?

Broderick: First, I don't know how well t......

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Broderick: We should be in the top third to the top quarter. There are some states where it doesn't make any sense to have any venture investment, or much of it, but Wisconsin should be in the top third at least. At least.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/13/07


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