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Business Capital

Joseph121Joseph121 Posts: 6subscriber
edited January 2014 in Business Planning
For setting up a business, business capital is the very first point that is most needed. If one doesn't have sufficient funds, there is no issue. There are banks to help them. But the problem is that banks take much more interest. So, one can move to venture capital firms also. These venture capital firms not only help in finance as well as they help in setting up your business and try to increase the reputation of the business.

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  • jv1597jv1597 Posts: 5subscriber
    Let me know what you think...
     
    A collaborative effort from investors for new entrepreneurs seeking funding for business.  Direct invitation for investment and collaboration with investors for business planning.  But this would not be a Venture Capital Firm, just a website.
  • Joseph121Joseph121 Posts: 6subscriber
    You can move to the contact section and leave your message there. You will get a call or email regarding your issue.
    Thanks!
  • LinenLinen Posts: 0subscriber
    Financial capital or just capital in finance and accounting, is funds provided by lenders (and investors) to businesses to purchase real capital equipment for producing goods/services. Real capital or economic capital comprises physical goods that assist in the production of other goods and services, e.g. shovels for gravediggers, sewing machines for tailors, or machinery and tooling for factories. Financial capital generally refers to saved-up financial wealth especially that used to start or maintain a business. A financial concept of capital is adopted by most entities in preparing their financial reports. Under a financial concept of capital, such as invested money or invested purchasing power, capital is synonymous with the net assets or equity of the entity. Under a physical concept of capital, such as operating capability, capital is regarded as the productive capacity of the entity based on, for example, units of output per day. Financial capital maintenance can be measured in either nominal monetary units or units of constant purchasing power. There are thus three concepts of capital maintenance in terms of International FinancialReporting Standards (IFRS): (1) Physical capital maintenance (2) Financial capital maintenance in nominal monetary units (3) Financial capital maintenance in units of constant purchasing power._____________________________________________
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