A venture capital primer for small business
LaRue T. Hosmer, United States. Small Business Administration. Management Assistance Division. Support Services Section
U.S. Small Business Administration, Management Assistance, Support Services Section, 1982 - Business & Economics - 6 pages
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additional funds amount of money analysis annual charges area Bankers banks business growth Capital Firms Look common stock company seeking equity competence and character competitive consider control costs debentures duct earnings element equity base equity financing agreement equity position established evaluate Final Objectives financial condition financially troubl finders firm invests five to seven fixed charge Formal Financial Planning future Importance of Formal interest interim investigation investors loan management group management team managerial market segment maturity ment merger number operating owner-manager panies parties partner or senior percentage potential Projects requiring proposing firm’s manage protective covenants provide ratio of funds realize capital gains risk seeking equity financing senior executive service or product small business owner small company seeking small firm smaller start-up stock ownership stock sale summary suppliers terest ticipate tion types of venture Venture capital financing venture capital firms Venture capitalists look venture firm Venture Proposal vestigated vestment vide want worth