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Venture Capital Firm

Venture Capital Firm Definition

A Venture Capital Firm is a company made up of a group of venture capitalists who provide money to startup firms and small business who have the potential for long-term growth.  Venture capital firms invest in these companies because startups do not have access to capital markets and while the risk is high, so is the return for the firm.  


Additional meaning of Venture Capital Firm:

Another advantage of venture capital firms is that they provide a wide array of managerial and technical experiences.  Most firms have a group of wealthy investors who pool their resources.  While venture capitalists provide small businesses and startups money and expertise, they often have a voice in that company’s decision-making process.


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