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Case
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Reference no. 395-057-1
Published by: London Business School
Published in: 1995
Length: 19 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Three entrepreneurs have founded a small software and hardware business. Expansion plans require a further injection of capital, which the team will have to raise externally. The case focuses on the differing perspectives of the managers, the banker and a potential venture capital investor. How do their motivations and risk-reward stances differ? How can these different positions be accommodated by a suitable deal structure?
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1987-1991

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Abstract

Three entrepreneurs have founded a small software and hardware business. Expansion plans require a further injection of capital, which the team will have to raise externally. The case focuses on the differing perspectives of the managers, the banker and a potential venture capital investor. How do their motivations and risk-reward stances differ? How can these different positions be accommodated by a suitable deal structure?

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Location:
Industry:
Other setting(s):
1987-1991

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