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5 Walls Blocking the Startup Fund Flow

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Bangalore: Entrepreneurship is a concept that evolved gradually from the earlier days of human existence. It can be traced back to decades and centuries with renowned personalities like Christopher Columbus playing the role of a successful entrepreneur and King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella being venture capitalists, then. If the traits followed by those men are clearly analyzed the results can be surprisingly concluded that modern investors evaluate startups keeping in mind the same criteria, reports Forbes.

The essence of entrepreneurship is the flow of creative and brilliant ideas but all of this becomes void if there is no competent execution. Certain economies find it difficult to sustain their entrepreneurial growth because of insufficient funds. Hence, if both, ideas and money are in abundance then there must be no possible flinch in fundraising, if there is scarce then what might be the reason?

Not every entrepreneur has it in him to get everything together. Only skilled entrepreneurs have the ability to bring ideas and money together and this species of men are found very rarely.

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Reader's comments(2)
1: Very good article for Start Up Companies.
Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India
Posted by:Anumakonda - 30 Nov, 2012
2: A very true article atleas form my POV being a VC
Posted by:raman - 22 Nov, 2012