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Venture Impact - Research Into The Impact Of Venture Capital-backed Companies On The U.s. Economy

 Mark Heesen
Description: In 2008, venture capital-backed companies employed more than 12 million people and generated nearly $3 trillion in revenue. Respectively, these figures accounted for 11 percent of private sector employment and represented the equivalent of 21 percent of U.S. GDP during that same year. These findings extend trends regarding venture capital’s outsized impact – or “ripple effect” – on the U.S. economy that stretch back to the first edition of this report, published in 2001.
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Domain: Business
Category: Entrepreneurial
Contributing Organization: IHS Global Insight
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Fifth Edition

The Economic Importance of
Venture Capital-Backed Companies
to the U.S. Economy

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