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11-05 Financial_Resources_Quiz_Solution

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    So it's pretty clear that if you were raising around to capital, going to friends and family
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    or crowdfunding like Kickstarter or angel capital or venture capital or corporate partners,
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    all kind of make sense for financing.
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    Also, going to the small business administration or getting SBIR grants
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    also fit into the financing column.
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    But for operating capital that is money you need when your company is an ongoing concern
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    in generating revenue--well, lease lines make sense, factoring, vendor financing.
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    And what's really interesting is you might also get operating capital from government grants as well
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    and corporate partners that are also fit there.
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    So there's two actually went into the correct category.
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    Well, surprisingly of course venture capital always does follow on rounds
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    so this was kind of a trick question.
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    You could always get more operating capital in subsequent rounds
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    from venture capitalist, not on the corporate partners.
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    Just remember that VCs will invest more money to get more ownership of your company.
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