Venture capital in the UK and its impact on the small business sector.
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Venture capital in the UK and its impact on the small business sector. by Chapman, John.

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Published by National Economic Development Office in London .
Written in English


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SeriesNEDO staff working paper
ContributionsNational Economic Development Office.
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Open LibraryOL20497102M
ISBN 100729207714
OCLC/WorldCa14203807

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  "These venture capital funds help small, often innovative, businesses that otherwise may have struggled. And there is evidence that some businesses have benefited from this support. But, in the absence of clear objectives and baselines from the start, coupled with poor financial performance to date of early funds, the Department’s programme cannot currently be said to demonstrate value for. industrialization is slow. The purpose of this study was to find out the impact of venture capital on growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). The lack of finance has been cited as a major contributor to SME failure in Kenya. Venture capital which is the best source of business finance has been in Kenya for long but little used.   Its valuation is holding above $60 billion, a level first crossed in , despite years of scandal, intensifying foreign competition and the maturation of its core business. Compare that to the ills plaguing Tesla, which is pursuing a similar strategy of breakneck growth, burning cash to achieve scale and capture market share.   Exhibit 1, from Nicholas’ book, compares returns of the top 29 whaling ventures to returns, almost two centuries later, of the top 29 venture capital funds. Exhibit 1. Returns on top whaling ventures and venture capital funds. Source: Nicholas (), based on data from Davis, Gallman, and Gleiter (), p. , and from Preqin. 4.