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Fulcrum Ventures Leads $1.25 Million Investment in Path-Tec, LLC
Date:3/22/2010

emphasis on healthcare, information technology, business services and technology enabled operating companies.  Fulcrum provides financing to meet a wide range of needs, including internal growth initiatives, acquisitions, management buy-outs, and recapitalizations.  The three founding partners have significant operating experience in senior leadership positions of successful, rapidly growing companies, and collectively have over seventy years of related industry expertise.  To learn more please visit www.fulcrumvp.com.

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