Dielectric Materials and Applications by Arthur R. Von Hippel

By Arthur R. Von Hippel

Writer hopes to set up alliances among examine employee, improvement engineer, producer, box engineer, and genuine person of nonmetals. DLC: Dielectrics.

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S. market recovered in the early 1990s, the European market remained depressed. Consequently, European © 2000 by CRC Press LLC private equity investors were unable to exit investments by going public. They were required either to continue to hold the firms or to sell them to larger corporations, often at unattractive valuations. S. private equity investors — pointing to their successful exits — were able to raise substantial amounts of new capital, European private equity fundraising during this period remained depressed.

Years ago, product differentiation barriers were thought to be very high in brewing. In the past decade, microbrewers have built successful businesses by offering something different and turning the lack of a national brand name into part of their image. Small-scale manufacturers of personal computers have been able to survive in markets dominated by IBM, Compaq, and other giants who have large advertising budgets and significant-scale economies. Rapidly changing technology can make customers dependent upon a personalized approach based upon knowledge of their particular needs [Ramstad, 1997].

These tend to be firms in non-hightechnology industries. The amount of early-stage financing in Europe is substantially lower, even as a percentage of the total venture capital pool, than it is in the United States. The exiting of private equity investments also has important implications for entrepreneurs. As discussed above, the typical private equity fund is liquidated after 1 decade (though extensions of a few years may be possible). Thus, if a venture capitalist cannot foresee how a company will be mature enough to take public or to sell at the end of a decade, he is unlikely to invest in the firm.

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