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Volume 26 No. 106
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TitletownTech Hits $25M Funding Goal, Announces New Investors

The TitletownTech venture fund, co-founded by the Packers and Microsoft, has reached its goal of $25M in funding with the "addition of 12 Wisconsin-based investors," according to Richard Ryman of the GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE. The Packers and Microsoft each committed $5M to the fund, which will "invest in high-growth early-stage and existing businesses aligned with industries in northeastern Wisconsin." Other individual investment amounts "were not disclosed." Previously announced investors include Delaware North co-CEO and Bruins Alternate Gov. Jerry Jacobs Jr. and Mets COO Jeff Wilpon, who are both "members of the TitletownTech venture capital advisory board." The TitletownTech space at the Titletown District includes an "innovation lab, a business solutions segment called a venture studio and the venture fund's headquarters." See below for new investors (GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE, 10/19).

NEW TITLETOWN TECH INVESTORS
AmeriLux Int'l
Baird
Cornerstone Foundation of Northeastern Wisconsin
Dickman Ventures
Green Bay Packaging
N.E.W. Venture Foundry
Plexus
Schreiber
Schneider
Sartori Cheese
The Village Companies
Weyers Investments
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