A note on capital providers.
We know that several kinds of capital go into a business enterprise.
This holds for both ‘capital-intensive’ and ‘non-capital-intensive’ ventures. Yet this question arises: do we think of financial capital when we split business ventures into these two categories?
Much has been said and written about the contribution of human capital to business and economic success. Yet we often fail to promote the exchanges that the crucial role of human capital calls for.
Attracting human capital – or talent – is not an easy pursuit. Although no model is obviously superior to all others we know that regular interactions are essential to engaging current and future team players.
Considering this, are moneylenders the main capital providers?