Financing the small business can be both frustrating and time consuming. A large part of the problem stems from the lack of information available to the entrepreneur concerning the investment policies and objectives of potential financiers.As a step toward filling this information gap, the present study reports some key characteristics of the investment behavior of Small Business Investment Corporations and Venture Capital firms. The data provided are designed to enable the entrepreneur to determine whether such sources of funding might be profitably pursued.
American Journal of Small Business – SAGE
Published: Jan 1, 1978