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Angels, Dragons and Vultures: How to Tame the Investors... and Not Lose Your Company (Paperback)
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Angels, Dragons and Vultures: How to Tame the Investors... and Not Lose Your Company (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 21/10/2010
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Are you an entrepreneur who's looking for funding, but daunted by the intricacies of venture capital? In this provocative and witty new book, learn about the inner workings of the venture capital industry and how its firms make their money. Discover how venture capitalists run their own businesses and the ways they can best help you run yours, as well as the alternatives to venture capital and how to make a successful exit. Angels, Dragons and Vultures draws on a career's worth of experience of mistakes made by entrepreneurs - some of their own making, and some into which they were cajoled by their investors. Simon Acland shares the lessons of these mistakes and his personal expertise to help other entrepreneurs gain capital investment and professional assistance that is both lucrative and emotionally satisfactory.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781857884630
Number of pages: 288

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