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  • 1Pyongsu Joint Venture Company — Pyongsu Joint Venture Company, Limited is a pharmaceutical company that is controlled by Pyongyang Pharmaceutical Company in North Korea. The corporate headquarters are in the Songyo District in Pyongyang. Created in June 2004, the company is a… …

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  • 2joint venture company — A company owned by two or more separate business interests to share a separate project as a joint endeavour distinct from their respective businesses. It is commonly accompanied by a shareholder s agreement. Easyform Glossary of Law Terms. UK law …

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  • 3venture — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ exciting ▪ latest, new ▪ profitable, successful ▪ costly, expensive …

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  • 4Venture capital — (also known as VC or Venture) is a type of private equity capital typically provided to immature, high potential, growth companies in the interest of generating a return through an eventual realization event such as an IPO or trade sale of the… …

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  • 5Venture debt — or venture lending is a type of debt financing provided to venture backed companies by specialised banks or non bank lenders to fund working capital or equipment purchases. Unlike traditional bank lending, venture debt is available to startups… …

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  • 6venture capital — see capital Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. venture capital …

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  • 7Venture Scout — Venture Scouting is a section of the Scout Movement, mostly in countries of the Commonwealth of Nations, for young people roughly in the 14 18 age range.AustraliaThe Venturer Scout Section, often just known as Venturers, is for young people in… …

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  • 8Venture Smith — (1729 1805) was an African captive brought to the American colonies as a child. His history was documented when he gave a narrative of his life to a schoolteacher, who wrote it down and published it under the title A Narrative of the Life and… …

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  • 9Venture Corporation — Limited sgx|V03 is a high tech design and manufacture firm based in Singapore. The company is involved in complex circuit boards and complex fiber optic/photonics equipment.Venture is a listed component of the Straits Times Index.External links*… …

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  • 10Venture Cup — is a Scandinavian business plan competition, the world s largest of its kind.The competition consists of several stages, in which participating teams submit their ideas or projects for consideration of a professional jury. Over the course of the… …

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  • 11Venture (department store) — Venture was a chain of defunct discount department store operating across Australia. It was developed by South Australian department store John Martins and was first opened in 1970. The chain grew to cover much of the country. It was later sold… …

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  • 12venture-backed — UK US adjective FINANCE ► used to describe a business financed by venture capital: »Networx was venture backed with funding from Vanguard Venture Partners. »a venture backed company/firm/start up …

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  • 13venture capital trust — (VCT) Introduced in 1995 to encourage investment in small and start up companies. Individuals invest in a quoted vehicle which in turn invests in the debt and equity of a spread of unquoted smaller companies. A VCT typically takes the form of an… …

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  • 14venture into something — ˈventure into/on sth derived to do sth, even though it involves risks • This is the first time the company has ventured into movie production. Main entry: ↑venturederived …

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  • 15venture on something — ˈventure into/on sth derived to do sth, even though it involves risks • This is the first time the company has ventured into movie production. Main entry: ↑venturederived …

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  • 16Venture round — A venture round is a type of funding round used for venture capital financing, by which startup companies obtain investment, generally from venture capitalists and other institutional investors. The availability of venture funding is among the… …

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  • 17Venture capital financing — To start a new company or to bring a new product to the market, the venture may need to attract financial funding. There are several categories of financing possibilities. If it is a small venture, then perhaps the venture can rely on family… …

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  • 18Venture Cup Danmark — Infobox Company company name = Venture Cup Danmark company type = Non Profit company foundation = 2000 location = Copenhagen, Denmark num employees = 9 industry = Educational homepage = [http://www.venturecup.dk/ www.venturecup.dk] Venture Cup… …

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  • 19Venture Stores — Infobox Company company name = Venture Stores, Inc. company company type = Defunct (NYSE: [http://www.nyse.com/about/listed/lcddata.html?ticker=VEN VEN] ) company slogan = High Quality, Low Prices foundation = 1970 St. Louis, MO location = O… …

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  • 20venture — ▪ I. venture ven‧ture 1 [ˈventʆə ǁ ər] noun [countable] COMMERCE a new business activity or project that involves taking risks: • She identified potential customers for a new business venture she was evaluating. joint venture …

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