This study aims to make you understand how Venture Capital has invested in different sectors and how venture capital is helping economy to grow through its investment.
Venture capital is money provided by the investors to start-up firms and small businesses. This is very important source of funding for start-ups that do not have access to the capital markets. It typically entails high risk for the investor, but it has the potential for above average returns. Venture capital investments are generally made as cash in exchange for shares and an active role in the invested company.
In the Indian context, Venture capital consists of investing in equity, quasi-equity, or conditional loans in order to promote unlisted, high-risk, or high-tech firms driven by technically or professionally qualified entrepreneurs. It is also defined as “providing seed”, “start-up and first-stage financing”.
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