Category Archives: VC financing
The news about China’s economic woes is wide spread and it seems that the equity markets in China are along for the ride. This has been felt even in the stock markets in the US since investors like Efraim Landa can become concerned about what impact China’s economy may have on the economy on a global level. Plenty of negative influences are heard because of the upheaval.
Is China okay?
It’s rather obvious even to the casual observer that everything is not running perfectly in China. However, there should be some thought given to the economic growth in China and perhaps there is a different perspective from which to view it. In 2015, the GDP of China has been estimated at more than $11 trillion. This is not actually too bad when you compare them to others like Germany and Japan who are both closing in on the United States at 7% growth factors. This is an enormous amount of growth considering it’s not been done before. China’s economy has lots of prospects and investors who are patient will likely be rewarded eventually.
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The private equity market is showing great promise for 2015 and beyond. The choices for new ideas and business concepts are seemingly endless, the entrepreneurs are eager to get their start-ups running and the loan rates are relatively low. Investors have the potential to make huge profits from smart new tech companies that aim to make life easier for consumers. By focusing on a select group of start-ups, venture capitalists can expect to spend more money on fewer investments, but they can also expect a bigger return for their money. Read the rest of this entry
Last year brought many changes to the state of venture capital around the world. The fact is that fewer deals were actually made. The interesting part, however, is that the deals were made at a higher cost, showing an increase over that of 2013. That growth has continued in 2015, mainly in terms of tech companies. The market hasn’t come close to being saturated with new, inventive ways to save time, save money or enhance social media usage as we know it. These areas still show promise worldwide for the near future. Read the rest of this entry
If the venture capital market continues with last year’s trend, the outlook in the U.S. for the remainder of 2015 proves to be interesting. The trend is for investors to make fewer deals, but at a higher cost. The prices in VC market have gone up and we can expect to see more of that. Read the rest of this entry
In a time of needed recovery in many countries around the world from the recent economic downturn, many begin to wonder how this recovery can happen. What is that actually drives an economy and pushes it towards growth and success? What factors need to be focused on to stimulate this recovery quickly? Individual economies have experienced downturns in the recent years, but as an interconnected global economy, the financial crisis was not enough to stop growth. To propel the global economy forward, factors such as physical capital, labor, productivity, and investment need to be prioritized.
What is the State of the Global Economy?
The economies of the world are constantly becoming more integrated through trade and investment into one global economy that has grown rapidly over time. In 1970, the world produced about 12 trillion dollars worth of goods and services and 2010; world production reached 41 trillion dollars. In four decades, global GDP has increased almost four times. The pace of the global economy’s growth is gradual and consistent. Individual nations may experience extreme economic boosts and downturns, but the overall global economy continues a slow uphill movement. Even after a significant global financial crisis like 2009, there was a dip for that year but global GDP had fully recovered by the next year and even exceeded pre-crisis levels by the year after that Read the rest of this entry
Efraim Landa is a venture capitalist who provides both funding and expertise to emerging companies. A venture capital firm typically works with a startup company that needs funding and support to handle those first turbulent years until they can make an IPO. When a VC firm invests in an emerging company it basically purchases a portion of the company in exchange for a profit that will come as the company matures. It is generally expected that a company will be able to transition from its inception to an IPO inside of 10 years with the average being somewhere around 5 to 7 years. The venture capital firm provides the necessary funds to keep the business running efficiently until the time when a profit can be made. Entrepreneurs and venture capitalists such as Efraim Landa also offer their working expertise to the business to help ensure their successful business venture. Many successful entrepreneurs have stated that the expertise that is gained from experienced businessmen is more valuable than the funding that was secured. Read the rest of this entry
A venture capital firm invests money in a start-up business as an investment which has the potential of bringing in a substantial return down the road. When an entrepreneur comes up with an idea and starts a business they typically lack know-how and funding. Efraim Landa offers both through his VC firm, Effi Enterprises. A venture capital firm will provide the funds that are necessary to grow a business to the point it can sustain itself and then make a profit; and mentorship can provide the wisdom and experience that a new business needs to make it successful on every level. The VC firm invests in the company in exchange for equity when the company makes its Initial Public Offering (IPO), or is acquired by another company. VC firms usually invest with the understanding that it may take 6 to 10 years to realize a substantial profit or return on their investment. Although it is a high risk investment, it also carries with it a potential of a high return. Read the rest of this entry
Effi Enterprises is a venture capital firm founded by entrepreneur, Efraim Landa. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Landa knows firsthand the struggles of starting and funding a business venture. He established Effi Enterprises in order to provide VC funding for emerging businesses that can also benefit from his many years of successful experience. A VC firm provides capital for a business that has great growth potential. This investment offers a way of helping the business succeed while offering the VC firm a substantial return on their investment when the company makes its IPO. The goal is for the business to be able to move from its inception to the Initial Public Offering inside of 10 years. By that time the company should be able to be purchased at a large profit or offer its shares on the public market. Either way the VC firm stands to make a substantial profit for its investment in the company. Read the rest of this entry
A venture capitalist such as Efraim Landa invests finances and expertise in an emerging company in exchange for equity in the company. A venture capital firm will supply the needed funds to help keep the business afloat while it is becoming established and growing. When a VC firm invests in a company the main plan is that the company will be able to move from its inception to its IPO within a period of 7 to 10 years at which time the investing firm will make a substantial profit. A venture capital firm provides the necessary funding for companies that they feel have great potential of growing exponentially in a relatively short amount of time. Venture capitalists like Efraim Landa understand the challenges facing an entrepreneur and can provide the funding as well as the expertise to ensure that the business does well and performs as expected. VC funding is a high risk investment but it also has a very high potential of making a substantial return on that investment. Read the rest of this entry
An emerging business usually needs two things: funding and knowledge. Efraim Landa established the venture capital firm, Effi enterprises in order to provide both mentorship and funding to start-up businesses. A VC firm will provide the funding that is needed to help firmly establish a business in exchange for equity in the company. The typical goal is that a business should be able to go from its inception to an Initial Public Offering (IPO) within about 10 years. Usually, it will mature in approximately 6 or 7 years. The VC firm provides the funds needed as well as the expertise to help establish the business until it is ready to make an IPO; or until it is acquired by another business for a profit. The venture capital firm will work closely with the business to ensure that it has adequate funding and expertise in order to become successful. This investment is made by a VC firm will provide the necessary funding and knowledge in exchange for a percentage of the business’ profits. Read the rest of this entry