E-commerce new venture performance: how funding impacts culture

@article{Hamilton2001EcommerceNV,
  title={E-commerce new venture performance: how funding impacts culture},
  author={R. H. Hamilton},
  journal={Internet Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={11},
  pages={277-285}
}
New venture “startups” are financed via three standard methods: self‐funding, “friends and family” or possibly “angel” investors; seed capital from venture capitalists; and large corporations’ venture funds. Each of these financial structures has its own set of risk and reward trade‐offs. Corporate venture funding has been seen as the least risky funding method, but also the least likely to be available for the entrepreneur. Each of these funding methods is likely to engender a different kind… CONTINUE READING

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