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venture capital

noun as in money for investment in new enterprise

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Globally, less than 5% of venture capital went to female-led startups in 2019.

From Quartz

While other asset classes from buyout funds to public equities have seen a big push toward ESG ratings and initiatives, venture capital has been lagging behind.

Of course, the second quarter of 2020 was the middle of the storm when it came to the temporary decline in venture capital confidence.

Founders Fund, the venture capital firm founded in part by Peter Thiel, has rented out space in Miami for a new office.

From Fortune

Term Sheet has teamed up with Semaphore for its 13th annual confidence survey of private equity and venture capital professionals.

From Fortune

But that same year it also rasied nearly $300 million in venture capital.

Personics flamed out in one of the biggest busts in venture capital history.

And in 2012, 16 European companies backed by venture capital went public, raising 379 million Euros between them.

Venture capital funding also steers clear, with a 39th-place finish in Access to Capital.

Check out Privateer Holdings, a venture-capital firm based in Seattle that is about to close on $7 million in funding.

They raised venture capital to sue us, because we have such deep pockets.

Parallel to the most advanced and promising scientific endeavors, venture capital underwrites the industries of the near future.

Investment and venture capital funds became the second most important source quantitatively.

In the USA – the private sector invented its own enormously successful support structures (such as venture capital funds).


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to venture capital, such as: working capital, backing, equity capital, risk capital, support, and vc.

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