Venture Capital — Business Funding Tip
Most venture capital comes from groups of high net worth investors, investment banks and other large institutions. Venture capital is a type of equity financing that addresses the funding needs of new, growing businesses that for reasons cannot seek capital from more traditional sources. Venture capital investments are generally made as cash in exchange for shares and an active role in the invested company. Many successful companies like Google, Yahoo, e-Bay and Amazon have taken advantage of venture capital at some point in their development. This form of financing is more common within new companies that have no operating history. But venture capitalists provide businesses with a long term financial partner. However, equity providers have the last call against the company’s assets.
To learn more about venture capital, contact a Nevada Corporate Headquarters representative today at 1-800-508-1729.