Search Results: Growth Stage Companies

 
Florida Venture Capital Conference
Florida Venture Capital Conference Hollywood, FL 2/3/2011 8:00:00 AM Silicon Valley Bank is proud to sponsor … 3-4, 2011, and join us in hosting 20-25 of the most dynamic high-growth companies in Florida. … featured speakers and many of Florida’s top companies presenting to a national audience of venture … Conference highlights both mid and later stage investment opportunities throughout the State of …
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Expanding into Europe for Early Stage High Growth Companies (Boston)
Expanding into Europe for Early Stage High Growth Companies (Boston) Boston, MA 1/31/2012 12:00:00 AM Hear … Brief overviews by KPMG, IDA Ireland and Silicon Valley Bank, will outline the hands-on supports associated with locating your European business in Ireland.
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Expanding Your Business into Europe for Early Stage High Growth Companies (NY)
Expanding Your Business into Europe for Early Stage High Growth Companies (NY) New York, NY 2/2/2012 12:00:00 AM Hear … Brief overviews by KPMG, IDA Ireland and Silicon Valley Bank will outline the hands-on support associated with locating in Ireland.
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2012 Florida Venture Capital Conference
2012 Florida Venture Capital Conference Naples, Florida 1/31/2012 8:00:00 AM Silicon Valley … Venture Capital Conference brings together hundreds of venture capitalist and … private equity investors from across the U.S. and the world for … presentations from 20-25 of the most dynamic high-growth companies in Florida. … Capital Conference highlights both mid and later stage investment opportunities …
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Demystifying the JOBS Act: What it means for your company
the JOBS Act will mean for you - and for your company.What will the JOBS Act mean for early-stage startups? … What else does the JOBS Act do to help companies find and raise capital? … How will the JOBS Act help later-stage companies looking to raise growth capital? … What about companies who aren't yet sure what the right path is? Will the JOBS Act give them more …
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Featured Commentary & Analysis


CIO Vantage Point
September 27, 2012 Posted by
The IMF wants Europe to take losses on bailouts. The International Monetary Fund, whose stated goals include currency stabilization, has been an integral part of the bailouts to date. Its funding comes from both euro and non-euro countries...
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FX Outlook
December 23, 2009 Posted by

What do Mexico, Greece and Dubai have in common besides warm weather? DEBT — mountains of it. And where there's smoke, there's fire. The real concern in the markets is who might be next. So far we've had a solid

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FX Outlook
March 10, 2009 Posted by
President Barack Obama recently unveiled a $3.35 trillion budget of which $816 billion over a 10-year period is meant to provide stimulus to the ailing U.S. economy.
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Cleantech
June 03, 2010 Posted by
On April 8-9, 2010, Silicon Valley Bank broughttogether 104 experts from the entrepreneurial, venture capital, energy,academic and policy worlds to discuss critical issues affecting the long termgrowth of the energy generation, storage and efficiency markets.  Here are our key takeaways from this set ofinvigorating, closed door discussions.
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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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