Title

Part one of a three-part series on venture capitalism, by Michael Gurau, preside

Authors

Michael Gurau

Source

Mainebiz

Date

2-20-2006

Pages

1, 14-15

Abstract

Part one of a three-part series on venture capitalism, by Michael Gurau, president of Portland-based CEI Community Ventures Inc. Maine is considered remote, even by Boston standards, and only one Maine company received a venture capital deal last year. Venture capital investors typically profit on only a third of their investments. Technology businesses tend to attract the majority of investment capital, a sector in which Maine is a relatively small player. With details on what venture capitalists look for in a company and a list of capital sources in Maine.

Subjects

Capital, Venture, CEI Ventures Inc

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