Business Startup – Why You Must Get It Right
A business startup is a risk but it always provides a new opportunity too. It has been seen often that startups companies that have their domain as
'new technology' comes out with huge returns. These companies are typically research driven and bring out something new that has a big demand, or
comes out with a new way of doing something old. It is also often the case that these companies are owned by people who have been working as
senior executives themselves, and so have adequate experience in running a show. So investing in a business startup offers a golden opportunity for
venture capitalists (VC's) and bankers. But sadly, there are many who think twice before doing so, simply because the entity is a startup.
Business Startup and VC
Venture capitalists usually come in at two stages. In the first phase they come in when the new business just has an idea and nothing much. For a new
business, financing is always a problem, and so if the VC is happy with the prospect of the new business proposal and what it has the potential to
achieve, then it can finance the business startup. In the next phase in which the VC comes in is where the startup already has been in business for a
few years and has a few Case Studies and Testimonials to show. In such a case the business startup needs the additional funding because it now
needs to spread its wings and grow.
Business Startup – Where Do We Come Across The Most?
The truth is, business startups can be found almost everywhere. It can be a restaurant or a boutique shop where a previous employee or a group of
them come out and open their own business. Or it can be a new transport or a travel company where the new entrepreneurs think that they have
adequate knowledge and experience and can sustain on their own.
But in technology and the Internet it has been seen that the number of startups are usually much more. And today IT startups are to be seen
everywhere, the maximum number of them being in the Silicon Valley in California. Some