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Webinar: How to Invest in Venture Capital and Private Equity


We welcome you to attend our webinar "How to Successfully Invest in Venture Capital and Private Equity."

In the webinar, Growtthink's CEO Jay Turo provides an overview of venture capital and private equity investing, including commentary on current market conditions (credit crunch, decline in stock market, real estate bust) as well as private equity investing "best practices" for success in the current environment.

During the webinar, Jay provides his perspectives on:

  • The credit crisis and the stock market correction
  • Why smart investors are engaged in a "quest for value" and how this relates to private equity
  • The importance of applying portfolio theory to private equity & venture capital
  • How to assess risk and price venture capital & private equity deals
  • Why most private equity investors fail -- and what to do about it
  • Which sectors present opportunities NOW


Use this link to learn more and reserve your spot:

Growthink's Private Equity & Venture Capital Webinar


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