In a wrap of recent regional venture capital activity, Milt Capps highlights a number of investments made by Nashville-based funds. Both the Limestone Fund and the XMi High Growth Development Fund have put about half a million dollars to work in an Oak Ridge companies that makes filtration technology. Separately, the TriStar Technology Fund has acquired a convertible note from MedCenterDisplay, which services gear and information for medical waiting rooms.
One of the four investment funds selected in 2010 to receive a second round of TNInvestco tax credit financing has put capital to work in a West Tennessee medical device manufacturer, allocating more than seven percent of the fund's original value, according to local sources.
Venture Nashville Connections reports that Memphis-based MB Ventures has pumped $1 million into Collierville-based Veracity Medical Solutions, an orthopedic device-prototyping and manufacturing company. The move correlates with MB Ventures' charter to invest in start-up medical device companies which then, assuming company growth, invest in similarly situated companies in keeping with the overall TNInvestco program initiated in 2009.
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