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  1. Impact investing

    capital community. Investors may take an active role mentoring or leading the growth of the company, similar to the way a venture capital firm assists

  2. Venture capital

    both). Venture capital firms or funds invest in these early-stage companies in exchange for equity, or an ownership stake, in those companies. Venture capitalists

  3. Udemy

    for employee upskilling. Students take courses largely as a means of improving job-related skills. Some courses generate credit toward technical certification

  4. Massive open online course

    appeared in the form of correspondence courses in the 1890s–1920s and later radio and television broadcast of courses and early forms of e-learning. Typically

  5. Pluralsight

    experts as authors, and offers more than 6,500 courses in its catalog. Since first moving its courses online in 2007, the company has expanded, developing

  6. FutureLearn

    that SEEK Ltd would invest £50 million in the company. In return, SEEK would receive a 50% stake in the company. FutureLearn's courses span a broad range

  7. History of private equity and venture capital

    Doriot and the birth of venture capital. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2008 Bance, A. (2004). Why and how to invest in private equity. European

  8. Udacity

    $163M USD from noted investors included Andreessen Horowitz, Drive Capital, and Alphabet's venture capital arm, GV. The first two courses on Udacity started

  9. AlpInvest Partners

    AlpInvest pursues investment opportunities across the entire spectrum of private equity including: large buyout, middle-market buyout, venture capital

  10. Course Hero

    2012, Course Hero launched 22 free online courses in three "learning paths": Entrepreneurship, Business, and Web Programming. These courses use aggregated