Category Archives: Financing

Harvard Business School Study – Venture Capitalists and Collabration to Exits

The more affinity there is between two Venture Capitalists investing in a firm, the less likely the firm will succeed, according to research by Harvard Business School researchers Paul Gompers, Yuhai Xuan and Vladimir Mukharlyamov. In venture capital, friendship can be expensive. Using the VC industry as a testing ground, the authors seek to answer two questions about collaboration: What

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Global Entrepreneurship Program – Putting It All Together and Getting Financed

FREE GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM Do you want to learn more about entrepreneurship and starting a business? We have the world’s first online global entrepreneurship program. Now it’s simple and easy to take online courses created and led by renowned experts in the field of entrepreneurship. PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER AND GETTING FINANCED LEARNING OBJECTIVES: – We review the venture drill

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Global Entrepreneurship Program – Financing the Emerging Growth Venture

FREE GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM Do you want to learn more about entrepreneurship and starting a business? We have the world’s first online global entrepreneurship program. Now it’s simple and easy to take online courses created and led by renowned experts in the field of entrepreneurship. VALUE DRIVER #9 FINANCING THE EMERGING GROWTH VENTURE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: – We define financing strategy

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What is the evolution of the venture capital industry?

Discussions About The Venture Capital Industry In The United States Frank Knight, a professor of economics at Chicago in 1928, wrote in Uncertainty and Profits, “The only risk which leads to a profit is a unique uncertainty. Profits arise out of the inherent, absolute unpredictability of things.” Alfred R. Berkeley III, vice chairman of NASDAQ, told us that “capital is like oil;

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How to value your deal like an investor?

How to Value Your Deal Like an Investor One of the entrepreneur’s most difficult challenges is assessing and determining a value for the emerging growth venture. Simply put, value is determined by the interaction of three major ingredients: cash, risk, and time. Valuation depends mainly on understanding the venture, its industry, and the general economic environment, combined with a very

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