Investment activity this year is being restrained by low levels of available capital, but plenty of funding opportunities exist for determined entrepreneurs.

That’s according to a panel of investors who spoke yesterday during the Early Stage Symposium in Madison, an annual event held by the Wisconsin Technology Council.

John Neis, managing director of Madison’s Venture Investors, highlighted a “lack of liquidity” in capital markets during his remarks. He explained the ecosystem is heavily influenced by limited partners “at the top of the food chain” who invest in venture capital funds.

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