Monthly Archives: February 2013

VC Market in Brazil

Brazil flag

Brazil flag

Venture Capital Firms like Effi Enterprises have long existed inside and outside the US. As the global market is expanding and undeveloped countries are beginning to enter the technological age, investment opportunities are opening up around the world. As an entrepreneur, Efraim Landa understands the need for capital to help an emerging business get off the ground, or make expansions. VC firms have been watching the global economy in search of regions that were previously not conducive to investment opportunities and waiting patiently for them to open up. Sometimes venture capital firms are hampered by high interest rates or various regulations that make VC funding impossible or unprofitable. However, Brazil has the 6th leading economy in the world and is quickly becoming an ideal location in which to invest. Read the rest of this entry

VC Market in Africa

Africa

Africa via wikipedia.org

Venture capital firms desire to invest in startup or emerging companies which have the potential of making a large profit. The VC firm will offer a substantial investment in the company and in return they will have equity. Efraim Landa is a venture capitalist who will work hand in hand with a company and offer his expertise to them so that they can experience more growth and profits. The goal of a VC firm is to bring valuation to a company until the company is able to make its initial public offering. (IPO) These practices have been in operation for many decades and have in recent years begun to stretch out across markets in regions around the world. Many underdeveloped regions have made huge strides in progress over the last few years and Africa is among them. Read the rest of this entry