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Financial terms in "Venture Capital"

1. venture-capital-backed IPO

2. Limited partnership

3. term sheet

4. Venture Capital

5. venture capital firm

6. corporate venture capital

7. civilian unemployment rate

8. sponsor

9. liquidation preference

10. First Chicago method

11. first-round financing

12. round of funding

13. committed capital

14. due diligence

15. down round

16. Startup

17. angel investor

18. Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA)

19. risk capital

20. venture

21. master limited partnership

22. add-on service

23. venture capital fund

24. liquidity event

25. private equity fund

26. placement agent

27. full ratchet

28. pitch

29. risk

30. lead investor

31. owner-employee

32. realization multiple

33. financier

34. venture capital limited partnership

35. series 22

36. financing

37. Private Equity

38. low-income housing limited partnership

39. private equity firm

40. capital call

41. traunch

42. Exit Strategy

43. direct financing

44. death valley curve

45. Limited partner

46. invisible venture capital

47. investee

48. fund

49. seed capital

50. vintage year

51. deal

52. venture capitalist

53. adventure capitalist

54. Incubator

55. mezzanine debt

56. ground floor

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Use In Commerce

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For the purpose of obtaining federal registration, "commerce" means all commerce that the U.S. Congress may lawfully regulate; for example, interstate commerce or commerce between the U.S. and another country. "Use in commerce" must be a bona fide use of the mark in the ordinary course of trade, and not use simply made to reserve rights in the mark. Generally, acceptable use is as follows: For goods: the mark must appear on the goods, the container for the goods, or displays associated with the goods, and the goods must be sold or transported in commerce. For services: the mark must be used or displayed in the sale or advertising of the services, and the services must be rendered in commerce. If you have already started using the mark in commerce, you may file based on that use. A "use" based application must include a sworn statement(usually in the form of a declaration) that the mark is in use in commerce, listing the date of first use of the mark anywhere and the date of first use of the mark in commerce. A properly worded declaration is included in the USPTO standard application form. The applicant or a person authorized to sign on behalf of the applicant must sign the statement. The application should include a specimen showing use of the mark in commerce.

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