a new business enterprise
A company at its initial stages of development - e... Add a comment
A newly formed business that may be a sole proprietorship, partnership or company with COMPANY receivables.
A new business. It can be on any scale, but in fact most start-ups are small. Their critical phase often comes later when they may need significant amounts of capital to enter their chosen market.
The earliest stage of a new business venture.
A newly established business venture.
Financing provided to companies for product development and initial marketing. Companies may be in the process of being set up or may have been in business for a short time, but have not sold their product commercially.
The stage at which a business is being formed or the earliest stage at which venture capitalist provides funds to an enterprise.
company A company which is formed, may have registered a patent and may not yet have traded or if it has only for a very short period of weeks or a few months. Investors would be the first to subscribe significant money into the company after its original incorporation and for this a tax break or tax saving may be available under UK tax legislation
company in its embryonic or young growth phase. Start-up capital : capital and support with which a company, its various areas of activity and its marketing are built up.
A business or an undertaking that has recently begun operation: e.g. It grew from a tiny start-up into a multimillion-dollar corporation. ( Dictionary.com)
a company in the earliest stages of development, of which the stock is not yet publicly traded.
a stage in a new business where the owner(s) is planning for the production, marketing, distribution and pricing of the product.
A new business venture, especially in the high-technology area.
A start-up is a highly innovative, newly formed company with high growth potential.
Start-Up (also known as Start-Up 2000) is a PC video game in which players must try to build a successful business start-up from venture capitalists to IPO's. Start-Up is published by Monte Cristo and distributed by Electronic Arts.