Bram Daelemans has
joined the Wisconsin Technology Council as the director of its Wisconsin Angel Network.

The Wisconsin Angel Network is
the Tech Council’s link to the investor community. WAN fuels the growth of
capital in Wisconsin by operating as an umbrella organization providing
services and resources to the early stage investing and entrepreneurial
communities. WAN members can network with other investors, attend targeted
events and get access to company deal flow through reviewing company executive
summaries and presentations.

Before serving as
the director, Daelemans was an entrepreneur and part of the management team for
one of Wisconsin’s leading angel networks. As an early member of the AquaMost
team, a Madison-based water treatment startup, he gained hands-on knowledge as
an entrepreneur. Daelemans most recently spent four years as associate director
at the Golden Angels Investors, a group of 100-plus active investors in tech-based

Daelemans grew up in
Belgium and is fluent in three languages. While living in Wisconsin, he earned his
undergraduate Business Management degree from Carroll University. He holds a master’s
degrees in both Business Administration and Applied Economics from Marquette
University, as well his Certificate in Entrepreneurship.

“Bram brings a mix of experience to his role as director of
the Wisconsin Angel Network, including connections that reach well beyond the
state,” said Tom Still, president of the Tech Council.

The Wisconsin Angel Network is one of several
Tech Council programs and projects. The Tech Council also manages the Wisconsin
Innovation Network, the Governor’s Business Plan Contest, the Wisconsin
Entrepreneurs’ Conference, the Wisconsin Tech Summit, the Wisconsin Early Stage
Symposium and the Wisconsin YES! youth business plan contest.

To learn more about joining WAN as a member,

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