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Chapter 1. Introduction > Book Structure

Book Structure

The book is divided into five Parts which address all the major issues related to startup companies and venture capitalists. The Parts are organized in chronological order, starting from the initial idea or concept, through the establishment of the company and the raising of capital, to the eventual IPO or sale of the company.

Part I—Establishment and Development of Ventures

Part I serves as a road map for startups. This part reviews the issues which the company must address in the early stages, starting from examining the idea and bringing the initial team together, through the establishment of the company and an examination of the sources of aid available to it in the preliminary stages, the corporate strategy and preparation of the business plan, recruitment and remuneration of employees, and ending in the registration of intellectual property and the economic ways of utilizing such property and realizing the economic benefits that it brings.


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