seed

Capital-raising is a major hurdle for hedge funds and other alternative asset managers. Without AuM, fledgling managers with considerable talent are weighted down by the significant working capital requirements of managing an investment advisory business in an ever-more competitive and highly regulated industry. Yet, amid an increasingly challenging environment, top managers have been able to marshal high expectations of future performance – both in asset management prowess and fundraising ability – to address this problem and secure their best chance at future success by entering into a seed deal

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eye

It’s simple human nature to believe more of what you see than what you hear. The human brain is wired to process visual information more easily than contextual words. According to a June 15 Washington Post article, ‘Charts Change Hearts And Minds Better Than Words Do,’ charts are a more effective visual than tables of text. Data, particularly complex or vast amounts of data, which is arranged in a graph or other summary picture, is better understood when translated into an optic

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school

The investment opportunity for the lower middle-market, moderately sized, well-established, owner-operated education sector businesses with $1-10 million in EBITDA far outperform the R.O.I of the publicly traded stocks and should exceed 100% annually. The paucity of market information for investors in this lower middle-market and the lack of comprehension of how to maximize profitability and market for-profit education in a new technological environment by owners provides astute activist investors with unique yield opportunities

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