CincyTech predicts 600 new jobs with $30M fund

Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Enquirer.

Written by Kate Murphy.

CincyTech has formed its fourth and largest fund to date, one that will provide about $30.75 million to invest in as many as 25 homegrown startups in the digital and life sciences fields.

The Cincinnati-based accelerator projects the CincyTech Fund IV LLC will create at least 600 jobs in Southwest Ohio over the next five years. New hires would earn on average about $80,000 a year.

“The goal of this fund is to create jobs in Southwest Ohio and a return on investment for our investors,” said Bob Coy, CincyTech’s chief executive officer. “This fund is going to enable us to invest larger amounts in those companies.”

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Originally published April 15, 2016.

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