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Venture Capital Funding

Whether it’s starting a new company or expanding upon an existing one, venture capital funding is a common approach. Venture capital comes directly from private investors or groups who are looking to make a profit by investing in somewhat riskier business deals that public financing usually stays away from. As such, venture capitalists usually require […]

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Strategic Restructuring

Having the right business strategy is one of the keys to success. Nevertheless, if a company is unable to adapt to shifting conditions, its initial strategy could end up leading it into financial trouble. The competitive nature of the business world is such that companies need to constantly rethink their approaches in order to maintain […]

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Restructuring Venture Backed Companies

Venture capital investing is certainly a risky venture. That is what demands the high reward for those who are bold enough to invest in and develop a project without an established track record. While the goal is to maximize the return in an investment, some statistics show that 35 percent of all venture projects experience […]

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Restructuring Sole Proprietorships

Sole proprietorships are one of the easiest–but also one of the riskiest–types of companies to start. The reason for this is simple: all responsibilities of a sole proprietorship rely entirely on the owner. There are absolutely no limitations of liability in place, such as those that protect corporations. To that end, although all the profits […]

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Restructuring Small to Midcap Companies

Managing debt is an integral part of any business. Throughout the life of a company, there are moments of great success and times where finances are tight. In many situations, financial pressures can be such that companies feel forced to look into bankruptcy as a way to alleviate their problems. Unfortunately, although bankruptcy does offer […]

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