Broderick Lays Groundwork for Collective Oomph | GenomeWeb

For VCs who live nowhere near hotbeds such as Boston, San Diego, or DC, hobnobbing with other VCs can be, well, inconvenient. Nobody’s more aware of this than Dan Broderick, managing director at Wisconsin venture firm Mason Wells, who says that less face time tends to mean fewer joint deals, and investment rounds for venture-funded companies that are lower than they could have been.

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