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SVB Guide to Banking and Business in Japan
Whether you're evaluating your first business … in-country payments, foreign exchange, trade finance and working-capital financing. Your accounts, both domestic and foreign, can … capital call lines, growth capital and capital expenditure financing. Most importantly, working with Silicon Valley Bank … an earthquake and a tsunami that hit the northeast of the country in March 2011 disrupted economic …
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SVB Guide to Banking and Business in Brazil
Whether you’re evaluating your first business opportunity … in-country payments, foreign exchange, trade finance and working-capital financing. Your accounts, both domestic and foreign, can … Bank offers multiple sources of diverse debt capital, such as acquisition financing, working … capital call lines, growth capital and capital expenditure financing. Most importantly, working with Silicon Valley Bank …
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Startup Outlook 2012
The 2012 Startup Outlook Survey captures a U.S.economy in transition. The technology sector continues to lead the broader economy out of the downturn, posting strong returns even as the overall economy strains to rebound. Dynamic new sectors are growing rapidly, businesses are hiring and startup executives are bullish on the U.S. market. Optimism and confidence remain …
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Startup Outlook Report 2013 - Full Report
than 2012. Innovation is at the top of corporate America’s agenda, as evidenced by the broad, deep … to allow creative minds to explore and finance new ideas beyond the current VC networks.” President …
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Public Policy
July 12, 2010 Posted by
When I first arrived in Silicon Valley in 1986, my division at DSC Communications employed 1,300 people. Of those, roughly 1,000 were in manufacturing. We built everything from printed circuit boards to full communications systems. We also bought circuit boards from a number of outside sources, all located locally.
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