The venture capital world used to be aACAyfrothy'; that is no longer the case.
What does VCW stand for?
VCW stands for Venture Capital World
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In the venture capital world, promising technologies sometimes perish in what is known as the "Valley of Death"--the perilous transition between invention and the marketplace.
Mr Drummond, who cut his teeth in the venture capital world in the 1970s as head of the Newcastle office of private equity firm 3i, says the region is poised for a new and exciting era.
They understand how large companies work, they understand how R&D works, and they understand the venture capital world.
After earning an MBA from Harvard, he made his money in the venture capital world before chucking it all to start a business that put him into competition with the likes of Gerber and Playtex, corporate giants who dominated the business for decades.
Some observers believe that the venture capital world operates on roughly a 10-year cycle, running from caution to euphoria to crash, and back.
Simon Purkess, retail partnerat KPMG in Birmingham, said: 'The venture capital world is attracted to the retail sector because the change of a company to private status really makes a difference in enabling them to make the alterations necessary to improve the business.
However, many of the ``big boys'' in the venture capital world would not get out of bed for a deal less than pounds 2m.