Venture

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joint venture   (ジョイントベンチャー)

Mr. Bradley was an employee of that joint venture.

The joint venture was announced on August 15, 2012.

This joint venture lasted until January 1870.

venture capital   (ベンチャーキャピタル)

Warburg Pincus has a history of venture capital investing.

raised $300 million in venture capital funds from Softbank.

Using venture capital, he founded Cairn Energy in Edinburgh.

venture between   (間のベンチャー)

In the 1860s the joint venture between J.F.

Oryx GTL is a joint venture between Qatar Petroleum and Sasol.

It is a joint venture between Eastwood Property and R&A Group.

joint venture between   (間の合弁事業)

In the 1860s the joint venture between J.F.

Oryx GTL is a joint venture between Qatar Petroleum and Sasol.

It is a joint venture between Eastwood Property and R&A Group.

new venture   (新しいベンチャー)

The new venture was initially based at Denham Studios.

The new venture is called GlobalFoundries Inc.

Countless hours of free labor were given to the new venture.

venture capital firm   (ベンチャーキャピタル会社)

In 1972, Valentine founded venture capital firm Sequoia Capital.

She is also an advisor at the venture capital firm Metamorphic Ventures.

Sofinnova Ventures is an independent venture capital firm based in Menlo Park.

business venture   (ベンチャー企業)

This was a business venture with long-time racing partner Finotto.

Is it possible Hanna inspired or helped Jori in this business venture?

According to Kim, Han used all the money into a failed business venture.

venture capitalist   (ベンチャーキャピタリスト)

Later he became known as a venture capitalist.

Hawaii-based venture capitalist Barry Weinman, wore Brennan's No.

Nikunj Jain Nikunj Jain is an Indian entrepreneur and venture capitalist.

first venture   (最初のベンチャー)

The Shalom Project is EACEF’s first venture into Uganda.

Her first venture was in connection with Mrs. Mary B. Baumgras.

It was the first venture of the group in the field of Telecommunication.

venture capitalists   (ベンチャーキャピタリスト)

Shortly after, he was approached by venture capitalists and industry partners to fund the new company.

Over 100 existing esports organizations, traditional sports teams, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs reportedly applied.

The company received a total $13 million in funding from venture capitalists Alsop-Louie Partners, Allegis Capital and KPG Ventures.

venture company   (ベンチャー企業)

In 2009, TELK became a joint venture company of the Government of Kerala and NTPC Limited.

KMRL is a joint venture company with equal equity contribution of Government of India and Government of Kerala.

He was also managing director of KAAL Australia Ltd, a joint venture company formed by Alcoa Inc and Kobe Steel.

joint venture company   (合弁会社)

In 2009, TELK became a joint venture company of the Government of Kerala and NTPC Limited.

KMRL is a joint venture company with equal equity contribution of Government of India and Government of Kerala.

He was also managing director of KAAL Australia Ltd, a joint venture company formed by Alcoa Inc and Kobe Steel.

private venture   (プライベートベンチャー)

The Council had no mandate to spend public money in support of a private venture.

The engine was initially a private venture put forward for the English Electric Canberra.

Whilst submitting these arguments, Geoffrey de Havilland funded his private venture until the eleventh hour.

directorial venture   (ディレクターベンチャー)

His first directorial venture was "Pratidan" (1983).

His first directorial venture was "Tharle Nan Maga" (1992).

His next directorial venture was the romantic drama film "Soora" (2008), directed along with Fathimath Nahula.

million in venture   (ベンチャーで百万)

She raised $89 million in venture funding.

raised $300 million in venture capital funds from Softbank.

The company had previously raised $68 million in venture capital.

venture capital firms   (ベンチャーキャピタル会社)

This type of performance review is an unusual practice for venture capital firms.

Booster Fuels received $3.1 million in a 2015 funding round from venture capital firms.

blinkbox was launched in October 2007 with the backing of a number of venture capital firms.

venture capital fund   (ベンチャーキャピタルファンド)

He was hired by Spark Capital, a Boston venture capital fund in the summer of 2008.

As of May 3, 2019, the firm managed a $15 million Angel Fund and a $25 million venture capital fund.

The three founders, left BEDCO in 1995 and began raising their first independent venture capital fund.

venture called   (と呼ばれるベンチャー)

After the sale of Virtual World, Jordan turned his attention to the founding of a new games venture called WizKids.

AOL began in 1983, as a short-lived venture called Control Video Corporation (or CVC), founded by William von Meister.

Using the pseudonym Corey Vegas in July 2011, he started a Las Vegas nightlife promotion service and VIP club hosting venture called Corey Vegas, LLC.

venture capital funding   (ベンチャーキャピタルの資金調達)

By July 2018, the company had raised $288 million in venture capital funding.

Broadview raised over $320 million in total venture capital funding since its founding in 1996.

At that time, the company also announced that it had raised $1.1M in venture capital funding from The Social+Capital Partnership.

successful venture   (成功したベンチャー)

Kannada version was a successful venture at the box office.

Use of the radiant-heat burner in this important field marked a successful venture.

JK Cotton Spinning & Weaving Mills produced cotton cloth and yarn and was a successful venture.

venture agreement   (ベンチャー契約)

In February 2003, Ajinomoto and Unilever completed a joint venture agreement in six countries and regions of Asia.

Young adds that in September 2001 he sent another $60,000 in additional funds, as agreed upon in the joint venture agreement.

Dubai-based conglomerate Emarat Dzayer Group said it had signed a joint venture agreement to develop a $1.6 billion steel factory in Algeria.

commercial venture   (商業ベンチャー)

The first tour was a commercial venture and was undertaken without official backing.

It is likely that it was a commercial venture loosely described as a club rather than a club as known today.

While The ScareHouse is a for-profit, commercial venture it is still heavily involved in the Pittsburgh community.