BVCA

AcronymDefinition
BVCABritish Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (London, England)
BVCABlue Valley Community Action (Nebraska and Kansas)
BVCABritish Venture Capitalist Association (est. 1983; London, UK)
BVCABusiness Venture Capital Association (UK)
BVCABeijing Vocational College of Agriculture (Beijing, CA)
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Private-equity firms are always looking for direct relationships with business owners--the BVCA website is a good place to find the names of some investors to contact.
To date, only two rdhAs encoding RdhAs that dechlorinate VC to ETH, that is, vcrA and bvcA, have been identified by enzymatic assays [15, 16].
"I'm incredibly keen on having more women," she said, adding that the composition of the BVCA conference showed that "there's work to be done here."
Byline: Tim Hames Director General British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (BVCA)
In July 2015, the BVCA (British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association) recognised Creo Medical for the innovation of its electrosurgical platform, with wide reaching potential applications for controlled coagulation.
Levis, M., 2008, "The London Markets and Private Equity Backed IPOs," Report prepared for The British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (BVCA) and the London Stock Exchange.
One year after the treatment, the RD has not recurred and BVCA improved to 20/125 right eye.
Before Simon Walker joined the Institute in 2011 he led the BVCA, a mouthpiece for venture capital outfits.
The firm was joint winner of the Community and Environmental Action Award in the BVCA Management Team Awards in recognition of its work with local community groups and its commitment to environmental sustainability.
"The proposed moratorium on regulations affecting start-up companies will be of huge benefit to the companies concerned and the BVCA will actively support the Start-Up Britain campaign which the Prime Minister will launch next week.