A series of articles touting Wisconsin’s private equity investment efforts have popped up in instate and out-of-state publications. Click below to read more from…

Inc. Magazine – ”Finance: Who Needs Silicon Valley?” – Renuka Rayasam 

The State of Wisconsin Investment Board – The Wisconsin Venture Capital Landscape

Angel Capital Education Foundation — “Tax Credits and Government Incentives for Angel Investing in Various States” – Jeffrey Williams, Belmont University, featuring Hawaii, Kentucky, Kansas and Wisconsin.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – “Angel Financing Takes Shape in State” – Kathleen Gallagher

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – “State Ought To Do More To Promote Venture Capital” – John Torinus

Inside Wisconsin – “Wisconsin has made progress in attracting investments, but much work remains“ – Tom Still

In addition, the August edition of Venture Capital Journal featured Wisconsin in its “Off the Beaten Path” column in a story headlined “The Big Cheese.” The five-page story quoted investors Ken Johnson of Kegonsa Capital Partners, John Neis of Venture Investors LLC, G. Steven Burrill of Burrill & Co., and Terry McGuire of Polaris Ventures; Tom Still of the Wisconsin Technology Council; and Phil Jackson of Graphene Solutions, winner of the 2008 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.