The National Venture Capital Association (NVCA
) empowers the next generation of American companies that will fuel the economy of tomorrow.
Data on VC investments in private companies are from NVCA
Yearbook 2013, downloaded from http://www.nvca.org/
(84) According to NVCA
staff, the dominance of the information
More generally, because of the director conflict concerns raised by Trados and other similar cases, both legal advisors and the NVCA
have strongly encouraged investors to focus on advanced planning and contractual specification to protect their investments.
In 2004, for example, the medical device industry enjoyed a banner year, recording 25 offerings to biotech's 16, according to National Venture Capital Association (NVCA
(65) See NVCA
, supra note 61 (providing that venture capital funds invest mostly in "young, private companies that have great potential for innovation and growth," not extraordinarily risky technologies that have more limited likelihood of success).
Patent and Trademark Office Venture Capital 2011 NVCA
Yearbook, National Venture Capital Association.
The National Venture Capital Association NVCA
) revised its model version of the venture capital shareholders' agreement in response to Trados.
Silicon Valley insiders will be looking at the tea leaves in closely watched indicators including the upcoming quarterly NVCA
reports, new products being demonstrated at trades shows such as the International Consumer Electronics Show, and the possibility that Washington will pass the Startup Visa legislation.
"In a most optimistic scenario, the Draft [framework] would prompt the PCC to push investment company accounting matters far down its priority list," NVCA