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Equity investors hold the lowest claim against the firm's assets. Thus, pure equity represents the riskiest part In the financial structure of the company's balance sheet. As reward, equity investors obtain the total excess of assets over liabilities. The risk and the potential return of ordinary equity are greater than those of ordinary debt. Ordinary equity typically occurs in the form of common shares of a company. In fact, common equity Is rarely used in VC finance because the VCF's claim over the liquidation value would equal the entrepreneur's claim.

The company moreover establishes a track record allowing outsiders to assess the product's quality and its market. In addition, organizational structures and reporting systems evolve enabling the firm to provide historical data for outsiders' due diligence. In fact, start-ups matured to this stage hardly differ from established companies of the same industry featuring a similar size. ''^'' The commercial take-off lowers the dependency on external funding In that the firm begins to accumulate internal funding.

13; Nevermann/Falk (1986). p. 72; Wrede (1987), p. 22; Zemke (1995). p. 29 ^^^ For critics on product-life-cycle models see Betsch/Groh/Lohmann (1998), p. 230; Engelmann/Juncker/Natusch/Tebroke (2000). p. 30; Sepp^/Laamanen (2001), p. 2 Early Stage The term "early stage" refers to the period in which the business is set up. ''^^ He may generate an entirely new technology, Imitate existing technologies or replace an obsolete technology. Irrespective of the Idea's innovatlveness, setting up a new business is connected with elementary uncertainties and risks for the entrepreneur as well as for outsiders.

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