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Venture Capital & IPOs

Going public or going private? Private equity, venture capital, mezzanine financing? Learn about the variety of options businesses have to raise capital – other than the traditional bank loan.

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What Every Angel Investor Wants You to Know
Book

Brian S. Cohen and John Kador

McGraw-Hill, 2013

(8)

Reality Check
Book
 

Guy Kawasaki

Portfolio, 2009

(7)

Den of Thieves
Book
 

James B. Stewart

Simon & Schuster, 1992

(10)

Start-Up Nation
Book
 

Dan Senor and Saul Singer

Twelve, 2009

(8)

The Angel Investor's Handbook
Book

Gerald A. Benjamin and Joel Margulis

Bloomberg Press, 2001

(8)

Better, Stronger, Faster
Book
 

Brad Rosser

Infinite Ideas, 2009

(8)

Hit the Deck
Book
 

David Ronick

UpStart Bootcamp, 2010

(8)

High Tech Start Up
Book

John L. Nesheim

Free Press, 2000

(5)

Zero Gravity
Book
 

Steve Harmon

Bloomberg Press, 1999

(7)

A Bold New Way to Fund Drug Research
Video

Roger Stein

TED Conferences LLC, 2013

(8)

Angel Investing
Book

Robert J. Robinson and Mark Van Osnabrugge

Jossey-Bass, 2000

(8)

Creating Shareholder Value
Book
 

Alfred Rappaport

Free Press, 1997

(8)

The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses
Book
 

Amar V. Bhide

Oxford UP, 2000

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Venture Capital and IPOs

Venture capital investing, most everyone agrees, is not for the faint of heart. Investment options these days run the gamut from extremely conservative to daringly risky. And while venture capital investments can result in jackpot payoffs, they can also leave you with empty pockets. Before you begin your journey into venture capital funding or investments, you’d be wise to benefit from the knowledge getAbstract has been supplying to satisfied clients for years. Our summaries of the latest venture capital books are guaranteed to make you better informed and more confident as you ponder your investment choices. Whether it’s venture investing – or any other financial opportunity, for that matter – getAbstract helps you do your homework properly and make sensible decisions. Our summaries eliminate the need for you to unnecessarily wade through the complexities of venture capital investments. Our expert writers compress all the essential information into reader-friendly five-page summaries you can access on your computer, iPhone or Blackberry. Print out our summaries and assemble a handy reference file.

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Smart investors do not put their hard-earned money behind start-up companies without thorough investigation. getAbstract’s summaries will help explain how the process works and how to avoid making costly mistakes. You’ll be better equipped to decide if you want to invest in healthcare, technology or any other industry. You’ll learn how to tell if that IPO is really as attractive as advertised. Perhaps you are looking for venture capitalists to make your entrepreneurial dreams come true. Learn the proper strategy for approaching investors and the importance of formulating a comprehensive business plan. With getAbstract, you’ll never venture into the unknown.