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24 Jun

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Michigan’s Huron River Ventures Partners Announces $11M Fund For Energy Efficient Startups

June 24, 2013 | By |

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“Ann Arbor is the natural startup hotbed,” said Tim. “We intentionally opened our first office in Ann Arbor. That’s the center of talent in the Midwest.”

Huron River Ventures Partners, an Ann Arbor, Mich.-based early stage venture capital firm, just announced that it recently closed the final round of its first fund, Huron River Ventures I at $11 million.

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21 Jun

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Huron River Ventures closes $11 million venture capital fund for Michigan investments

June 21, 2013 | By |

Michigan-based venture capital firm Huron River Ventures announced the closing of its first fund this week.

The firm, which operates offices in Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, capped the fund at $11 million.

 

Huron_River_Ventures_Partners.jpgTim Streit (left) and Ryan Waddington founded Huron River Ventures in 2010 with an eye towards investing in Michigan startups.

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19 Jun

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Huron River Ventures closes on $11M fund

June 19, 2013 | By |

Huron River Ventures has closed on its first investment fund worth $11 million. The downtown Ann Arbor-based venture capital firm specializes in clean-tech investments in the energy, transportation infrastructure and agricultural fields.

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19 Jun

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Huron River Ventures Completes Final Close on Maiden Fund

June 19, 2013 | By |

River Ventures Partners, a Michigan-based early stage venture capital firm, today announced the final close of their first fund, Huron River Ventures I at $11 million. Huron River Ventures (HRV) was launched in 2011 to capitalize on…

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18 Jun

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Huron River Ventures Completes Final Close on First Fund

June 18, 2013 | By |

Huron River Ventures Partners, a Michigan-based early stage venture capital firm, announced the final close of its first fund, Huron River Ventures I, at $11 million.

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18 Jun

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Harnessing the Net to Power a Green Revolution

June 18, 2013 | By |

LONDON — At the intersection of clean power and information technology, a new breed of digital start-ups is harnessing the power of the Internet to make smarter, more efficient use of energy and other resources.

Proponents call it “cleanweb,” and they say the sector is poised to bring about huge leaps in efficiency, saving money and cutting planet-warming carbon emissions.

As its backers define it, cleanweb is any software or Internet application that makes it easier to use resources — like textiles or cars or electricity — more efficiently.

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