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Alternative Source of Finance a Way for Start-Up Finance


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A startup experience could be depicted as a business that is in the essential times of development, starting to make and is normally an individual contribution or collecting from people. New associations are only the opportunity of commercialization. Investors play a vital role in commencing the startups. But capital and capital access to startups is an enduring problem. While some of the most recent startup businesses have benefited from traditional sources of finance, a huge proportion of companies are still having difficulty raising money from modern source of finance. Fundamental dauntlessness to the business and real running of the business measures are possible essentially by satisfying required proportion of money to the new organizations. This research paper analysis the problems faced by startup enterprises in attaining finance and also how startup’s use different methods to raise fund for their startup.

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Startup, Investors, Funding, Venture Capital, Private Equity
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Authors

Anubhab Patnaik
Principal, Disha College of Management and Technology, India, India

Abstract


A startup experience could be depicted as a business that is in the essential times of development, starting to make and is normally an individual contribution or collecting from people. New associations are only the opportunity of commercialization. Investors play a vital role in commencing the startups. But capital and capital access to startups is an enduring problem. While some of the most recent startup businesses have benefited from traditional sources of finance, a huge proportion of companies are still having difficulty raising money from modern source of finance. Fundamental dauntlessness to the business and real running of the business measures are possible essentially by satisfying required proportion of money to the new organizations. This research paper analysis the problems faced by startup enterprises in attaining finance and also how startup’s use different methods to raise fund for their startup.

Keywords


Startup, Investors, Funding, Venture Capital, Private Equity

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