SLAAM VENTURES MAKES INAUGURAL INVESTMENT SV I to Relocate to Savannah Savannah, Georgia – January 22, 2013 – SLAAM Ventures, an angel investment fund established […] Read more ›
Excerpt of article from SavannahNow John Morisano agreed to meet with aspiring entrepreneur Mike Mason last October as a favor to Mason’s sister. Ten minutes, […] Read more ›
Georgia now has a stick and a string to lure more venture capital to the state.
The carrot, valued at $100 million, has yet to be dug from the garden, however.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed House Bill 318 into law last Monday, creating the Invest Georgia program. The initiative calls for the state to offer matching funds to venture capital firms that invest in Georgia-based early and growth-stage businesses.
The goal is to build an investment infrastructure within the state to encourage start-ups in certain sectors to remain in Georgia.
Invest Georgia, though, has no funding. Read more ›
Here is what Savannah Magazine had to say about us recently. WHile we are not yet partnered up with three local companies, we are close […] Read more ›
Venture capital firm aims to tap into local entrepreneurial community Read more ›
Firm targets local entrepreneurs John Morisano gave up on predicting the turnout. The new Savannah resident and one-half of the area’s latest venture capital group […] Read more ›
Savannah Attracts VC Interest Posted on October 8, 2012 Venture capital firm aims to tap into local entrepreneurial community Savannah Morning News By Adam […] Read more ›