The Tech Council Investors Network (TCIN) is part of the Wisconsin Technology Council’s overall economic development and job creation efforts. TCIN is a public-private initiative rooted in the Legislature’s Act 255 initiative, it is operated by the Wisconsin Technology Council. As a strategic partner, TCIN receives partial funding from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).

TCIN does not operate a fund or direct investments. Instead, TCIN 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. Those resources include assisting with angel network and early stage fund formation; facilitating investor collaboration, investor education events, communications, and other resources designed to connect investors seeking opportunities and entrepreneurs seeking capital.

TCIN is comprised of a full-time director and many volunteers who help develop and launch our initiatives.


.@Brewers owner Mark Attanasio joins @JoeMontana + @SnoopDogg with #investment in chatbot @GetGameOn. http://ow.ly/p29b50LX4ve via @WisconsinInno #startup

As Miss #Wisconsin, @UWMadEngr student Grace Stanke promotes #nuclearenergy on a big stage. http://ow.ly/8s0K50LX4rf via @UWMadison

Many thanks to the panelists + attendees who joined us last week to learn more about the @uwmrf's 'Panther Partnering' program! http://ow.ly/eNSF50LX4oT #university #startup #innovation


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