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We offer multiple sources of diverse debt capital including venture debt, acquisition financing, growth capital and capex financing. … and investors 'extend the cash runway' of their investments. By using debt, the … the availability of bank credit to middle-market companies. Existing lines of credit have been … are restricted from acquisition financing. Where then, does the typical middle-market company …
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Yipes Enterprise Services Secures $17.5 Million in Funding to Accelerate Growth Plans(2)
pursue emerging opportunities in the market. According to Infonetics, an international market research … it makes sense for Yipes to pursue the debt markets to … invests in very early, seed stage financings all … way through later-stage private opportunities and into the public market. This strategy allows Crosslink Capital to remain a …
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Great Leaps Forward: Three Observations About Investing in China (PDF)
GREAT LEAPS FORWARD: THREE OBSERVATIONS ABOUT INVESTING IN CHINAFEBRUARY 2008 VENTURE CAPITAL UPDATE 1In August of this year, the People’s Republic of China will host the Games of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing. For this emerging global powerhouse, the Summer Games are much more than an international athletic competition …
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Growth Capital: Investing in Rapid Growth, High Potential Companies (PDF)
venture firms lament the lack of an IPO market, growth capital has become one of the most compelling … by the current volatility in the credit markets as … buyout strategies that are more dependent on the availability of debt financing.Broadly defined, growth capital refers to private … growth capital are also applicable to other markets, such as China, India and Brazil, where growth …
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Venture Investing After the Bubble: A Decade of Evolution (PDF)
Some have labeled the last ten years in the venture capital industry a decade of lost returns. Ten and … meaningfully from the bottom of the fundraising market in 2003. The best venture firms approached … experience and lessons learned from the tech market crash. The funds raised during this period were … sentiment soured and exit and credit markets closed, the savviest investors responded proactively at …
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The question for most people is why the dollar is not strengthening with the upheaval in Egypt, Libya and the Middle East situation. In the risk on/risk off world we have become used to, surely there should have been a flight to quality (U.S. bonds) and consequently the US$, which should have strengthened.
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The yen's surge in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami may have seemed counter-intuitive at first glance, but it reflected, in part, market speculation that Japanese firms and the Japanese government will repatriate money now invested overseas in order to pay insurance claims and the cost of rebuilding.
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Cleantech
April 09, 2010 Posted by
The magnitude of opportunities in global energy markets is enormous, but scaling up a new technology to “utility” scale also presents unique challenges for the venture model. The leap from initial product demonstration and small scale manufacturing into production or assets in the hundreds of megawatts (and hundreds of millions of dollars) largely exceeds the capacity of venture equity financing. Given the current state of capital markets, start-ups are wondering what sources of lending are available for initial large scale manufacturing or projects and what role can and should government play (for example, through loan guarantees and grants) in “picking winners” and lowering the hurdle for new clean energy technologies to attract commercial capital and gain traction in the market.
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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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