At least 24 early-stage Minnesota tech companies raised a cumulative $58.6m in financing according to information collected and analyzed for the first quarter 2012 Capital Review.
Excluding Code 42 Software’s behemoth $52.5m first round, 23 companies raised $6.1 million, a more balanced picture of Minnesota’s tech investment climate on record for the start of this year.
21 of those 23 raised $3.9m in capital under the Minnesota Angel Investor Tax Credit within the first 90 days of the year, so says DEED’s data. Approximately 33 cents of each dollar invested through the program went into IT, Software, web, mobile, hardware, and telecom areas.
This data set does not include off-the-record and otherwise publicly undisclosed transactions; for a comprehensive historical review of Minnesota tech fundraising over the past few years, see: 2010; Q1 2011; Q2 2011; Q3 2011; Q4 2011. If anything was missed, please leave a note in the comments section and we’ll update.
|Q1||AITC||(Cloud) Sports Data||$1m||–|
|Q1||AITC||Instant Wireless Interpretation||$71k||–|
|Q1||AITC||Jericho Ventures (stealth)||$10k||–|
|Q1||AITC||Real Time Translation (stealth)||$220k||–|
|Q1||AITC||Standard Health (stealth)||$25k||–|
|Q1||AITC||The Living Tree (stealth)||$10k||–|
|Q1||AITC||Vertical Health Solutions/OPMD||$25k||–|
|1/18/12||Equity||Code 42 Software||$52.5m||–|