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Chapter 7. Practical Aspects of Raising ... > The Process of Raising Venture Capit...

The Process of Raising Venture Capital

This section focuses on the process of raising venture capital from institutional sources or from organized angels. Investments made in the earlier stages (by family, friends, and small private investors) are not characterized by an orderly structure. Capital may be raised from institutional sources or from angel associations after the company is established and the business organization for raising capital is completed (including the business plan). This financing is usually founded on principles similar to those governing first-round investments, but at this stage entrepreneurs already have some experience and can also rely on the funds which were invested in the early rounds.

This section is aimed at novice entrepreneurs who have not yet experienced capital-raising personally.


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