The chapter examines the problems of new company creation and how various different factors as risk and capital access relate to start-ups management. We use basically theoretical description based on world literature but the practical examples are often indicated. The major issues are summarized as follows. First, risk and its influence on start-up creation is being analyzed based on novelty and capital firm’s needs. Second, it is found that, consequences of the value of new start-up external financial need is also the future investment loses. Additionally, the new firms perspectives are affected by new knowledge and new technologies used in company development and the characteristics profiles of technology company owners.