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Kevin McArdle and Bri McCullough welcome John Garry of High Alpha to talk about the state of venture capital, his journey from majoring in finance and history to the venture capital world, and how High Alpha is deploying 2/3 of their capital to the Midwest.

Thanks to Arthur Ventures for sponsoring the Live TCSW podcast. Arthur Ventures invests in B2B software founders beyond Silicon Valley and takes a partner approach to venture capital, supporting tech entrepreneurship in MN. https://arthurventures.com/

Show Notes

On Episode 19 Kevin McArdle, owner of SureSwift Capital and special guest host, Bri McCullough, welcome John Garry, Associate at High Alpha out of Indianapolis, on a special TCSW edition of The Tech.MN Podcast to talk about the state of venture capital.

John shares his journey from majoring in finance and history to the venture capital world. John describes the unique model of Venture Capital firm, High Alpha, and how they are deploying two thirds of their capital to Indiana and the Midwest. He talks about what kind of businesses they look to fund. 

We do a deep dive in the state of venture capital and get an outside look on the Minneapolis startup ecosystem and why High Alpha is building roots in Minnesota. 

Sponsor:Thank you to Arthur Ventures for sponsoring the Twin Cities Startup Week Live tech.mn podcast booth. Arthur Ventures invests in B2B software founders beyond Silicon Valley and takes a partner approach to venture capital. They support tech entrepreneurship in Minnesota. You can learn more about them at their website and hear about their latest raise here

 

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What is The tech.mn Podcast?

This is a podcast for tech in Minnesota. Kevin McArdle and Jac Stark set out to tell the stories of the individuals that make up the Minnesota Tech Community.