Linkedin member agrees on the importance of defining type of VC sought if borrower is to meet funding approval criteria

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Alan Guinn commented on your update
“Excellent article. Many of my clients will just tell me they “think” they need either “debt” or “equity” funding and expect me to steer them to what I “recommend.” Good assessment. Thanks.”
Does anyone have any idea how ambiguous…
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Alan replied to the following 3 year old article: http://SinCityFinancier.wordpress.com/2012/04/08/does-anyone-have-any-idea-how-ambiguous-it-is/

Defining type of capital begins to define timeline it takes to close which we have advised on for 4 years:
http://SinCityFinancier.wordpress.com/2011/11/11/rules-of-thumb-for-amounts-timelines-associat/

Timelines to close is only 1 aspect involved in determining the DIRECTION & DURATION of an effective IR media campaign.

We “recommend” literally 100’s of different types of VC for all industries in this blogfeed.  For the film industry alone we recommend at least 30 different types when you GOOGLE “Short list of specific types of film finance”.

This free advisory blogfeed has been available for over 5 years.  Remember, a numerical amount of capital is not a type of capital.

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