Ohio Capital Fund Key Player in State Startup Scene

When software giant Oracle announced in July it had purchased TOA Technologies, Cleveland-area investors weren't the only ones cheering. The acquisition was another victory for the $150 million Ohio Capital Fund, the state program that launched in 2003 to attract more venture capital into Ohio. The fund generates its capital by selling bonds to financial institutions through the Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority.  For more information...http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/josh-pichler/2014/09/06/ohio-capital-fund-details-impactas-state-considers-programs-future/15132219/.

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