Acquiring equity capital for new and developing business
University of Wisconsin--Extension, 1976 - Business & Economics - 8 pages
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accounts receivable ACQUIRING CAPITAL Acquiring Equity ancial bonds borrow business development business field business form business reporting capi capital gains capital is sought capital needed cash flow cash outlays CHOOSING INVESTORS cial common stock corporation costs Debentures Department of Business Development Administration distribution of assets dividual equity capital equity interest expanding businesses expansion external capital Farmers Home finance financial feasibility firm's debts firms funds GOING PUBLIC help develop industrial interested in business investment lawyer limited number limited partner limited partnership loans market ment necessary number of individuals offering of stock operating original stockholders participate in management potential investor preferred stock Present and proposed present financial condition private offering projections prospective entrepreneur prospectus should include public offering require revenue sale securities seeking capital sell part ownership sell stock share show a profit Small Business Administration source specific stage tangible assets ture capitalists usually venture capital venture capitalists vestment Wisconsin Department