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I see the role of corporate venture capital as a plan or a schedule right now VC firms have been burned in the past with respect to e-business and the dot-comers They need to do something to involve themselves with their investments Funding just isnt enough VC should change to VCC Venture Capital Consulting Most VC firms have been in the game for a while Theyve seen what has come and gone Although there is no sure-fire way to tell whos the next Microsoft VC firms are a step above because they see and hear from people that claim to have the next big idea or business plan Im not sure how every VC firm works but I would like to think that if I had a plan I wanted to implement I would want my investors who have seen a lot of plans come and go let me know about the things I need to correct or simply of what to beware With respect to e-business I would think both entrepreneurs and VC firms are getting more bang for their buck Infrastructure and simply the way business is being conducted now are much faster and eventually may become simpler With the spawn of IT businesses are doing business without even talking This presents more value to each company because they dont have to waste time and manpower talking about how much of what product is needed this month Information is just becoming easier and easier to acquire as well as cheaper From the birth of the PC in the early 1980s to the Internet boom of the late 1990s venture capitalists have played an essential role in helping entrepreneurs turn their ideas into corporate giants like AOL Cisco Dell and eBay which in turn have fueled the overall prosperity of the US economy A recent study by the economic forecasting firm WEFA estimates that companies backed by venture
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