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Global Edge
November 10, 2010 Posted by
Recent volatility in the Foreign Exchange markets has highlighted the essential role of an effective hedging strategy to maintain profitability and competitiveness in the international marketplace. It is also critically important to understand the financial reporting, tax and financial control aspects. This free replay of a one-hour Web seminar with SVB and Ernst & Young will guide you through basic FX hedging strategies and the associated Financial Accounting Standards Board requirements.
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Life Science; Startups; Venture Capital
November 08, 2010 Posted by
Venture capitalists and startup company executives who attended the latest Silicon Valley Bank SVB Showcase event were generally upbeat about prospects for  technology, life science and cleantech innovation and investment. The quarterly invitation-only pitch event brought together dozens of people from early and growth stage companies seeking to raise their next round of funding, and from venture capitalist firms.
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Quarterly Economic Report
October 08, 2010 Posted by
Just when we all thought rates couldn’t get any lower, they did. As we entered the third quarter, fears of European debt problems both at the government and banking level consumed the marketplace. Government spending’s chickens, it seems, were coming home to roost. 
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Global Edge
October 07, 2010 Posted by
Today's dynamic companies are looking to global markets to expand sales opportunities. Strategic planning is a crucial component as you move into these new markets. This free online seminar replay discusses how to structure your international sales from contract documentation to trade finance mechanisms.
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Global Edge
September 17, 2010 Posted by
In today’s global economy, fast-growing companies find it advantageous to expand into international markets early in their product development cycle. This free SVB Accelerator online seminar replay will help you achieve a deeper understanding of the key issues and challenges involved in doing business globally and how to take the initial steps to move into overseas markets.
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Life Science; Venture Capital
September 03, 2010 Posted by

Have you wondered how many really good life science M&A exits happen every year? Are the big guys even buying? Do these exits actually provide returns that materially affect the venture funds that are investing?

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Startups
September 03, 2010 Posted by
If you turn on almost any news channel, you’ll hear a consistent theme coming from Washington policymakers — jobs, jobs, and more jobs. People in D.C. recognize how vital job creation is to our future. And by and large they understand that small, growing companies are the engine for job creation.
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Energy & Resource Innovation
September 02, 2010 Posted by
Controversy, consternation, and skepticism always swirl around Cleantech and policy, highlighted most recently by the disappointing COP 15 climate meeting in Copenhagen in December. There was plenty of debate but little in the way of real direction. Despite that, however, it’s instructive to reflect on progress in the last several years.
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Energy & Resource Innovation
September 02, 2010 Posted by
According to a recent report by Pew Charitable Trusts¹, China invested almost $35 billion in clean energy in 2009, just about double the U.S. total of $18.6 billion. Remarkably, China’s total in 2004 was just $2.5 billion.
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Energy & Resource Innovation
September 02, 2010 Posted by
There have been a number of companies to enter or approach registration; however, for the most part, just one in each key vertical.
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