In Venture Capital Handbook: Revised and Updated Edition, leading venture capitalist David Gladstone and Laura Gladstone walk you step-by-step through the entire VC funding process, showing exactly how to get funded fast -- without the trauma. This end-to-end update of the classic VC guide covers the latest techniques, tax rules -- and, above all, marketplace realities.
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DAVID GLADSTONE, one of America's leading venture capital executives, serves as Chairman of Gladstone Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: GLAD). He has more than 25 years of experience making investments in small and medium size businesses. Until 2001 he was Chariman of American Capital Strategies, a billion-dollar LBO fund. Before that, Gladstone was Chairman and CEO of Allied Capital a large venture capital fund, joining that fund when it had only $9 million in capital, and grew it to over $750 million in assets. He is author of Venture Capital Handbook and Venture Capital Investing (both Prentice Hall PTR). Gladstone holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
LAURA GLADSTONE, a principal with Gladstone Capital Corporation, has more than 10 years' experience investing and lending to businesses. Prior to joining Gladstone Capital, she was with HSBC as a loan officer and with ING Barings as a analyst. She was also with Allied Capital Corporation.
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Book Description FT Press, 2001. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Introduction. Acknowledgments. 1. Anyone Can Raise Ventura Capital. I'll Back You. What Is Venture Capital? When Did Venture Capital Begin? Types of Venture Capital. Where Can You Find Venture Capital? How Do Venture Capital Companies. What Types of Business Do VCs Back? Which Industries Do Venture Capitalists Prefer? What Types of Products or Services Do Venture Capitalists Prefer? How Much Venture Capital Is Available? Opportunities Available for Entrepreneurs. Can You Raise Venture Capital? How Much Money Should You Seek? What Type of Funds Are You Seeking? How Will the Venture Capitalist Be Involved? How to Select a Venture Capital Company. Should You Phone the Venture Firm? Other Questions for the Venture Capitalist. How Long Does It Take to Get the Money? Myths About Venture Capital. 2. Summary Presentation. What Does a Summary Look Like? Why Is the Venture Capitalist Interested? How to Complete a Summary. Type of Business. What Kind of Cover Letter Is Needed? Strategic Use of Summary. Another Kind of Venture Capital. Perspective for Your Summary. What Do Venture Capitalists Think About Summaries? Confidentiality of Your Great Idea. Objective. 3. The Proposal. Should You Use a Broker or Consultant? Most Important Quality of a Business Proposal. Do You Really Need All of This? What Is the Venture Capitalist Really Looking For? How to Package Your Proposal. How Many Venture Capitalists Should Be Contacted? Syndication's. Objective. 4. A Thousand Questions. What Are the Major Questions? Business Proposal Questions. Other Information the Venture Capitalist Will Need. Will the Venture Capitalist Ask All These Questions? Objective. 5. Meetings and Negotiations. The Office of the Venture Capitalist. What Do Venture Capitalists Look Like? How Long Will the Meeting Last? What Is the Object of the Meeting? What Happens in a Typical Meeting with a Venture Capitalist? What Type of Presentation Should Be Made? What is The Primary Characteristic the Venture Capitalist Is Seeking in an Entrepreneur? What Are the Other Characteristics of the Entrepreneur? Know Your Stuff. Things You Do Not Say to the Venture Capitalist. Things Not to Do in the Meeting. How to Negotiate in the First or Subsequent Meetings. How to Cut the Deal. Ownership by the Venture Capitalist. How Do Venture Capitalists Price Investments? Downside Risk. After the Negotiations. Objective. 6. The Commitment Letter. Commitment Letters. What Is In the Commitment Letter? Comments on the Commitment Letter. What Is An Investment Memorandum or Term Sheet? Consulting Agreement. Nonlegal Commitment Letter. Arguing Over Minor Points. Items You Should Not Sign in the Commitment Letter. Objective. 7. Due Diligence. What to Expect From a Visit to Your Business. How to Give a Good Cook's Tour. Investigating the Individuals. Venture Capitalists Are Paranoid. Other Aspects of the Background Check. Do They Have a Test for Entrepreneurs? Experience Is the Watchword. Investigating the Entrepreneur and the Team. Questions for Other People in the Organization. Investigating the Business, the Product, and the Industry. When the Venture Firm Finds Something Wrong. Questions for the Venture Capitalist. Background Information on the Venture Capital Company. Timing Questions for the Venture Capitalist. Objective. 8. The Closing. First Closing: Legal Documents For Loans With Options. Simple Is Good. Unethical Venture Capitalist. Second Closing: Legal Documents for the Purchase of Preferred Stock. Lawyers as Businesspeople. Experienced Lawyer. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0130654930
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