Venture Capital Guided By Prof. A Suresh Submitted By Nikhil Chhabra Roll No 091144
HISTORY OF VC USA is the birth place of Venture Capital Industry, In 1946, American Research and Development Corporation (ARD), a publicly traded, closed-end investment company was formed. ARD's was best known investment was the start-up financing. Government of India announced guidelines for Venture Capital in India in 1988. SEBI framed the Venture Capital Regulations, 1996.
Concepts Venture Capital Fund: Is a new long term investment in growth-oriented small/medium firms, exploit market opportunities and capital gains. Venture Capital Undertaking: Deals in a business which providing services, production or manufacture, not listed. Venture Capital Institution: Act a financial intermediary by collecting funds from investors looking for high potential returns and giving it to entrepreneurs who need institutional capital
The Opportunity High Growth in Technology and Knowledge based Industries (KBI) - growing fast and mostly global, less affected by domestic issues. Several emerging centers of innovation – biotech, wireless, IT, semiconductor, pharmaceutical. Build market leading companies in India that will serve both global and domestic markets. India moving beyond supplier of low-cost services to higher-value products. Quality of entrepreneurship on ascending curve
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