Monthly Archives: August 2013

The VC Market in Austria

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Venture Capital is a way to privately fund either a risky new business or a speculative business venture that has a very high potential for growth. It is typical for a venture capitalist like Efraim Landa to provide funding for the growth of a business in exchange for equity in the company. The VC firm is typically structured as a partnership and they are usually very selective when deciding what types of business ventures to invest in. In order for a venture capitalist to invest funds and time into a business the company will need to have innovative technology, the potential for growth, a very well developed business model and excellent management in place. Venture capital may be provided for an early startup business, expansion or development for a growing business or for restructuring and acquisitions. Read the rest of this entry

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The VC Market in Denmark

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When a business reaches a certain level it is common for it to require more funding to be able to make the necessary expansions. Providing this type of funding is just one of the benefits offered by the venture capital sector. By making this kind of investment into a business the venture capitalist is committing to provide the necessary funding as well as the expertise and experience needed to help make the business successful. As a venture capitalist, Efraim Landa has offered many companies expertise about successfully building a business as well as the funding needed to ensure the business has a fair chance of taking off and becoming profitable. The venture capitalist is an active investor in the business and may end up investing many years into the company before they realize a profit. The VC investor makes their money back plus a sizable profit when the business grows to the point of making a public offering or a sellout. Each region of the world has its own VC market that contributes to the economy of the area.

History of Denmark’s Venture Capital Market

The VC market opened up wide in Denmark in the late 80s and the number of venture capitalists has continued to increase. Denmark’s economy is open, dynamic but small and it is comprised of mostly small and medium sized businesses. Before 2000 Denmark had an entrepreneurship policy which was aimed at priming the economy for entrepreneurship. Over the years, the region has instituted several different programs that were aimed at promoting entrepreneurship. It appears that the overall climate for entrepreneurship is positive and there are many healthy businesses. In recent years the VC market in Denmark has continued to grow steadily. In 2008 the VC market in Denmark had 45 investors but over the last 5 or 6 years there has been substantial growth and maturity. Not only have there been more startups, but businesses have been growing as well so that companies are closing at larger sums than ever before. Over the last decade the VC market in Denmark has become very well established. Read the rest of this entry

The VC Market in Australia

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Venture capital is relatively new even though equity financing for promising ventures that were fast growing has been around for a very long time. Merchant banks have been around since the Middle Ages and the investment bank made its appearance in the 30s. “Business angels” came onto the entrepreneurial playing field in the 20s when Broadway musicals would be funded by wealthy patrons who would provide the monies needed by producers to fund the new shows. But the VC industry has only been around as we know it since the 90s. Efraim Landa is an experienced venture capitalist who provides expertise and funding to encourage the growth of a business until it matures. Venture capitalists provide the monies to help a business grow until it can go public with its offering of stocks or sell out to a larger entity. VC is an essential part of the economy in most regions of the World. Read the rest of this entry

The VC Market in Vietnam

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Venture capital is funding that is invested into a business in order to help them grow and succeed. VC is not simply a financial loan, but rather it is a long term commitment which involves capital to help the company grow. Usually the entrepreneur needs funding for startup, expansions, revitalization, or even to buy into a business. A venture capitalist like Efraim Landa provides the funds that are needed for the growth, but by risking the investment which may or may not pay out in the long run, they are committing to work with the company to ensure its success. The goal is to provide support and mentoring in order to help the business achieve a level of success through which the business can make a public offering or sell out. The venture capitalist sometimes will also sell out their shares in the business once it has achieved a high level of success thereby realizing a return on the amount that was invested at the startup. VC is not new, but some areas of the world are just beginning to understand just how beneficial it can be to the nation’s economic climate. Read the rest of this entry

The VC Market in Bangladesh

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Venture capital investments are one of the most flexible forms of funding for many innovative businesses today. Venture capitalists such as Efraim Landa offer funding for startups and emerging businesses as an investment, not a loan. It is a form of risk capital since the venture capitalist is taking a risk by investing in the business in return for equity of the company once it matures. In order for a business to enjoy the benefits of funding by a VC firm, they must demonstrate that they have the potential of high growth. The investor remains active with the business and offers both monetary worth and mentorship since their success lies in the success of the business. The venture capital sector has been well established in developed countries for many years and is just now beginning to be a viable option in other regions of the world. Read the rest of this entry

The VC Market in Pakistan

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Venture capital funding is one way that a business can secure adequate funds to expand or develop the business. Efraim Landa has helped many businesses find success by offering them venture capital funding. A venture capitalist provides mentorship and monetary worth to a company which is in need of adding new departments, products or expanding in other ways. The venture capitalist makes a monetary investment in the company in exchange for equity. The VC firm helps the company grow and when it becomes profitable, the firm will make their money back through the company’s profits. This return is earned when the VC firm makes an “exit” from the business and sells all the shares that they held in the business. Read the rest of this entry

The VC Market in India

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An entrepreneur starts with an innovative idea with the goal of building a profitable business.  Many times a startup business will reach a point where it lacks adequate funding to grow further. Efraim Landa is a venture capitalist who offers funding options to a business to help them reach their goals. It is nothing like a loan that the business person must pay back. The VC firm offers the startup or emerging company the funds that they need to make the necessary changes for growth to occur in exchange for equity in the company. When the business grows to a profitable stature the VC firm will make their money back in the profits of the company.  They may also work closely with a company until it is successful enough to make an IPO at which time they will make their profit. VC funding is a great opportunity for a company who needs adequate money for growth. Many parts of the world are just discovering how beneficial the VC market can be for the future of the overall economic market. Read the rest of this entry

The VC Market in Dubai

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It used to be that the VC market was considered to be more profitable in certain geographical locations. But today the venture capitalist like Efraim Landa can find a market almost anywhere in the world. It still holds true that some economic climates are much more conducive to profitability than others. Some governments have restrictions or regulations which make risk taking in the VC market less appealing than other regions. Entrepreneurs like Efraim Landa have an easier time selling their innovative ideas in some regions while it is still very difficult in many. But in almost every area of the world the idea of the venture capitalist is slowly catching on. Read the rest of this entry

Venture Capital Market in Spain

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A venture capitalist does not just throw money at a business in hopes that it will do well. The ultimate goal for any venture capitalist company is to have a company exit at some point. Efraim Landa is an entrepreneur and a venture capitalist who understands how both work. His VC company, Effi Enterprises provides venture funding to businesses which have a good chance of succeeding. Investment funding may occur at any stage of a company’s growth including early stage or late stage. Sometimes a company has a great innovative idea to work with but lacks the funds to try it out. VC firms can provide the funding which will be recaptured once the business goes public or is sold. Venture capitalists are very careful with their funding and are very selective about the companies that they work with as they want to help the company succeed to the point that it is profitable and can stand on its own. Read the rest of this entry