venture capitalist

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venture capital

n.
Money available for investment in startup companies and small businesses with a high potential for growth. Also called risk capital.

venture capitalism n.
venture capitalist n.

venture capitalist

n
(Stock Exchange) a person or company that provides capital for new commercial enterprises
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Noun1.venture capitalist - a speculator who makes money available for innovative projects (especially in high technology)
plunger, speculator - someone who risks losses for the possibility of considerable gains
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Summary: Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP) today announced the launch of its third MENA venture capital fund -- the Middle East …
While most provisions in both SEBI (VC) regulation 1996, and SEBI (FVCF) regulations 2000 are similar, certain changes are provided in the later regulations to accommodate, foreign investors into the Indian system and integrate foreign venture capital fund is exempted from 25% capital on investment in a single venture capital undertaking through an amendment in 2004.
For companies included in the portfolio of a venture capital fund or investment banker, the individual companies are distinctly separate and independent business interests, and would not freely share books and records for tax reporting purposes.
ENCINO - Pacific Venture Group, a healthcare-focused venture capital firm, said Monday that two of the largest companies in the health care industry have invested in its second venture capital fund.
GrowthWorks is a recognized leader in venture capital fund management with proven experience in the raising and managing of capital.
com) is a global mid- to late-stage venture capital fund headquartered in Menlo Park, California.
Braemar Energy Ventures is a venture capital fund making early- to mid-stage investments in the energy technology sector.
VMF I is a $95 million venture capital fund investment program formed under the Michigan Early Stage Investment Act of 2003.
Great Spirit Ventures (GSV) is an early-stage venture capital fund committed to enhancing the growth of exceptional companies in the branded consumer products, health care, and biotechnology industries.
The Venture Capital Fund of New England (VCFNE) led the round with existing backers, IDG Ventures Boston and LBO Enterprises, increasing their initial investments.
This round was led by the Etgar Challenge Fund joined by the ProSeed Venture Capital Fund private investors.

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