Money used for the initial investment in a project or startup company, for proof-of-concept,...
Venture capitalist's first contribution toward the financing of capital requirements of a start-up business.
Initial capital for a start-up venture, usually pr... Add a comment
Capital provided to allow a business concept to be developed, perhaps involving the production of a business plan, prototypes and additional research, prior to bringing a product to market and commercial large-scale manufacturing (see Section I above).
Finance provided for the development of ideas into products. Often smaller amounts, and can be high risk for the investor.
Investment provided by angels, friends and family to the founders of a Start-Up in seed stage.
seed capital funds invest relatively small sums in start-ups at the earliest stage, often to finance feasibility and market studies â€“ many universities and large companies have established dedicated seed funds to stimulate spin-off activity
The provision of funding to develop a concept, or product idea, to the stage at which its practical and commercial viability can be assessed. [See Early Stage Capital
Initial financing of an idea which matures from scratch to a prototype and which can serve as the basis for a business concept.
Capital provided by venture capitalists to start-up companies that are unable to access conventional debt finance.
money used for initial investment in a project, for proof-of-concept, market research, or initial product development.
Capital to implement the first stages of starting a business.
Early funding which enables a project or idea to develop into a business.
Money used to purchase equity-based interest in a new or existing company. A venture capitalist's return usually comes from preferred stock, a share of profits, royalties or capital appreciation of common stock. Most venture capitalists look for companies with high growth potential.
A small amount of capital provided, generally for a short period of time, to get a project or program off the ground. Used to help attract (leverage) other investment.
The initial cash invested in a business to get it up and running.
Seed capital is an investment contributed at a very early stage of a new venture, usually in relatively small amounts. It comes even before what they call "first round" venture capital.