Published: December 06, 2012
Pepperdine Study Finds Businesses Backed by Private Equity and Venture Capital Funding Have Significantly Stronger Sales and Job Growth
CASSOPOLIS, Mich. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Both private equity and venture capital financing dramatically
accelerate sales and job growth of small and medium-sized U.S.
businesses, according to a new study being released by the Institute for
Exceptional Growth Companies (IEGC) and Pepperdine University.
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Pepperdine Study Finds Businesses Backed by Private Equity and Venture Capital Funding Have Significantly Stronger Sales and Job Growth,
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