“We have successfully raised $3.5 million from private investors to provide initial capital for web based companies who are seeking for fund to start up or expand businesses,” says Michael Bauer, VC Vision CEO and founder.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) April 18, 2011
Buoyed by the phenomenal growth of internet based companies tapping the online platform for increased sales and revenue streams, VC Vision, a global company that links investors to business projects had put up an initial $3.5 million of capital inflows for web based start-ups.
According to Bauer, the capital fund generation targeting internet based businesses for funding possibilities forms part of VC Vision’s goal of successfully funding at least 300 initiative start-up companies by the end of the year.
He added that VC VISION is confident of its ability to accomplish such goal because of its team of dedicated financial experts. “The goal of having 300 new businesses up and running in just one year means that the VC VISION team will be assisting in closing at least one deal every business day.”
Backed by over 4,000 angel investors and about 85 venture capital firms, VC Vision currently assists nearly 600 start-ups to tap into over $82 million available capital from investors searching for opportunities.
With its main offices located in New York and Toronto, Canada, VC Vision has connected small to medium businesses with hundreds of local and international angel investors which consist of either individual or a small group of investors willing to provide capital for a start-up business.
Since 2009, VC Vision has maintained a large database of venture capitalists, private investors, and entrepreneurs who had turned business projects and proposals into viable revenue generating industries and investments.
The company’s investment and funding facilitation expertise has so far resulted to at least 254 businesses funded successfully, with over $20 million value of active funding rounds.
“We’re seeing the enormous growth of internet based firms seizing the immense opportunities offered by internet technology in today’s B2B, B2C or C2C markets,” Bauer said, adding that, “the next best option is to provide them capital for start-up or expansion.”
Information technology experts have long predicted that besides serving as medium for communication, internet would one day provide the viability for products and services to reach a multitude of global online markets.