MADISON Practical ideas for spurring capital investment are included in economic development plans released this week by Gov. Jim Doyle and state Senate Republicans, said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council.
The Grow Wisconsin plan unveiled by the Governor and the package released by the Senate Republicans show there is bipartisan agreement on the need to create new ......Full article >>>
ave such a program, but it has thus far invested $20.7 million in 15 high-growth companies in biotechnology, medical devices, semiconductors and communications.
The Governor and the Senate Republicans apparently agree theres a capital gap of $300 million to be filled over 10 years, and that high-growth, early-stage companies are the target, Still said. Given that consensus, it should be ......Full article >>>
nvestment in a tech start-up, if that investment is rolled over into an investment into a seed-level investment.
Seven members of the independent, non-profit Tech Council serve on the Governors Economic Growth Council, and three Tech Council members testified before the Senate Select Committee on Job Creation. The Tech Council was created in 1999 to serve as the bipartisan science and technolo......Full article >>>
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