The Wisconsin Technology Council is making its way around the state, and Door County will be one of its first stops. The Tech Council is putting on a “Wisconsin Portfolio” Tour. They’ve been putting out a “Wisconsin Portfolio” yearly since 2008, but this is the first year that the tech council will be taking it on tour to present for different audiences. An interactive presentation discussing Wisconsin’s current state of capital and angel investments will be held on Tuesday, July 27th at Egg Harbor’s Landmark Resort.

Communications Director for the Wisconsin Technology Council Laura Kaiser says it’ll be a great opportunity to network and engage with others across the state. If you go you’ll also get to meet the new Investor Director Joe Kremer, which Kaiser says will have its advantages.

The free event is open to all but specifically geared toward investors, entrepreneurs, corporate representatives, and anyone interested in Wisconsin’s venture capital climate.

The Tech Council’s relationship to economic development corporations in Door County, as well as the city of Sturgeon Bay Mayor David Ward, made Door County an ideal spot for the tour’s second stop. There will also be an hour-long networking “happy hour” after the presentation. Door County is a different spot than usual, as other cities the council stops in are usually more urban. It features other stops in Green Bay, Eau Claire, Beloit, Madison, Milwaukee, and La Crosse. You can register at this link.