TeachMeFinance.com - explain Venture Capital
Venture capital -- Investment in a new, generally possibly risky, enterprise.
venture capital -- Money used to support new or unusual undertakings;
equity, risk or speculative investment capital. This funding
is provided to new or existing firms which exhibit potential
for above-average growth.
Venture Capital -- Money used to support new or unusual commercial undertakings; equity, risk or speculative capital. This funding is provided to new or existing firms that exhibit above-average growth rates, a significant potential for market expansion and the need for additional financing for business maintenance or expansion.
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