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Value Added Medical Products (A)

Subject

Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship

Publication Year

1995

Abstract

It was February 1991. Peter Williams, Chairman and founder of Value Added Medical Products (VAMP), was staring bankruptcy in the face. Williams had spent the last fourteen months working frantically to secure the financial future of the company he had built. While he still believed strongly in his company's prospects, he had exhausted all options for the additional financing that was needed immediately to keep the company alive, and VAMP was already in default on the monthly data payments due to its GP customers. VAMP had faced and survived other crises in the past, but this time was it finally the end of the line?

Topic List

Entrepreneurship, Opportunity Assessment, Starting-Up, Financing

Industry

Computer Services

Publication Event Date

1980-1988

LBS Case Number

CS-94-012-02

Location

UK

Project Funder

EU FP6

Publication Research Centre

Institute of Finance and Accounting, Entrepreneurship

Supervisor

JOHNSON, R M

Available on ECCH

No


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