The latest investment overview from the Wisconsin Technology Council shows a “slight downtick” in the number of deals made last year, though the average size for those deals increased.
That’s according to Tom Still, president of the Tech Council. He gave a preview of the group’s yearly Wisconsin Portfolio publication yesterday at a luncheon in Madison. The full report is set to be published in about a week.
Starting in 2012, Still said the investment picture in Wisconsin began to show improvements in both the number and size of deals. Since then, that growth has been “fairly steady — at least in terms of dollars or deals or some combination thereof.”
He said that shows “that we’re getting on the map in terms of a place that has good deals, that has good value around those companies that have strong valuations.”