Venture Capital

Venture Capital defined: Venture capital is capital provided by investors to small business and start-up firms that have potential high growth opportunities. Venture capital investments have a potential for considerable loss or profit and is generally designated for new and speculative enterprises who seek to generate a return through a potential initial public offering or sale of the company.

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