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Investment tax credit bill is a good start, but Wisconsin must confront other barriers to capital formation

MADISON Now that Gov. Jim Doyle has signed a bill to promote investment in Wisconsins small start-up businesses, will the states technology sector blossom like a spring flower?

Based on this law alone, dont count on it. The bills creation of tax credits for angel and early-stage investments as well as grants and loans for technology start-ups is welcome news, but its only one step toward......

Full article >>> s under management, but it doesnt invest directly in companies. In contrast, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has found a way to invest more of its $1.3 billion in assets in start-ups, even though WARFs charter limits such investments to companies with UW ties.

Wisconsin also fails to fully leverage one of its largest private sources of capital insurance companies with state head......

Full article >>> 60 million of investment from the private sector.

Other strategies must be pursued, however, so that Wisconsin can create and attract enough capital fast enough to make a real difference. Good ideas wont wait forever. If they arent funded at home, they will leave home or wither away.


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