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June 28, 2017

The Midwest has its fair share of myths surrounding starting a company and funding. Entrepreneur debunks three of the most common myths in a recent article, “3 Myths About Starting a Company in the Midwest.”

The article mentions Elevate Ventures for our work with startups and entrepreneurs in Indiana, highlighting that Elevate is one of the “firms continually planting seeds with companies across the Midwest.”

Click here to discover these 3 myths from the article.

About Elevate Ventures:

Elevate Ventures LogoElevate Ventures is a private venture development organization that nurtures and develops emerging and existing high-potential businesses into high-performing, Indiana-based companies through advisory services and capital investments. Elevate Ventures is among the largest venture capital firms in Indiana and a top provider of funding to entrepreneurs launching and building businesses in the state. Because funding isn’t always easy to come by in Indiana, we make every effort to make capital more accessible to high-potential startups and entrepreneurs. One way we do that is through the management of funds that provide venture capital-type investments and other funds to Indiana-based companies during their early stages of growth. Another way is through introductions to other venture capital firms and angel investors.

Bring us your diamond-in-the-rough idea, bootstrapping startup or second-stage company. We can help you build the future you’re working so hard to realize. Elevate Ventures nurtures and develops emerging and existing high-potential businesses into high-performing, Indiana-based companies through a combination of funding opportunities and advisory services.

Elevate Funding Infographic

Want a visual? We’ve got it. Check out the infographic to see how Elevate Ventures works with Indiana entrepreneurs to help them grow their businesses.

If you’re ready to start a conversation with Elevate Ventures, contact us to tell us about your idea or business.

Read the whole article “3 Myths About Starting a Company in the Midwest” here.