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Wisconsin building toward the major leagues of venture capital

Madison, Wis. - Just as the Milwaukee Brewers have used their minor-league system to produce a contending Major League team, Wisconsin is attempting to join the major leagues of venture investing by building its angel capital infrastructure.

That building process reached another milestone with the news that Wisconsi......

Full article >>> ng that minor league infrastructure with the help of angel investment tax credits made available under Act 255. The program is designed to stimulate investment in small technology businesses with high growth potential by providing state tax credits to those who invest in companies that are qualified by the Wiscon......

Full article >>> invested in 2006, and Ward estimates that individual angels accounted for $80 million plus.

That ratio of individual-to-network angel investing roughly corresponds to the 12 to 1 and 13 to 1 ratios Ward has seen in various studies on national investment patterns.

I think we're making progress, Ward said. We're not growing a 30-day crop here. It's going to take five to 10 years ......

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


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