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WTN Interview: Carl Gulbrandsen
WARFs Investment and Portfolio Strategy

Editors Note: In this final installment of an interview with Carl Gulbrandsen, managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), Gulbrandsen shares WARFs investment and portfolio strategy, WARFs perception and working relationships with VCs as well as an insightful discussion of WARFs experience with software and information technologies.

Venture Investors and Baird Venture Partners in Wisconsin, and when other VC companies doing their fundraising round......

Full article >>> F has a lot to learn. We could do things better. We dont have that stellar of record in the IT area. We are not as knowledgeable about the software industry in the same way we are with life sciences. So, were more than happy to take our criticism on that and try to learn and get better at it.

WTN: What are the challenges you have experienced with software technologies and start-ups? <......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 12/11/03


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