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Financing a small business venture requires the owner-manager to determine the amount of capital that will be required to achieve the level of activity and growth within the business over its early years. How large this amount of capital is will depend on the nature of the business, its industry dynamics and the ambitions or goals set for it by the owner-manager. Many small firms are established with relatively small amounts of capital. They also manage to trade successfully for long periods without seeking external funds from banks or venture capital. In this chapter, we examine the financing of a new small business venture.
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go back to reference Stevenson, H., Grousbeck, I., Roberts, M., & Bhide, A. (1999). New business ventures and the entrepreneur. New York: McGraw-Hill International. Stevenson, H., Grousbeck, I., Roberts, M., & Bhide, A. (1999). New business ventures and the entrepreneur. New York: McGraw-Hill International.
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