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seed money

noun as in money to start a venture

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They should help shoulder the financial cost or provide seed money to groups interested in setting up biogas systems.

Andela, which won early seed money from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, boasts a huge network of freelancers that serves about 200 firms.

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The company, which has raised $3 million in seed money from investors, sees an opening in the women’s footwear market, which Felix says has been underserved by a “shrink it and pink it” mentality.

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Thiel hired Vance out of law school at his investment firm Mithra Capital and later contributed seed money for Vance’s own Ohio-based venture capital firm.

“Some of the initial seed money has come from his family foundation,” Miller said of Guo, who also goes by the name Miles Kwok.

Famously, Ted Turner in 1997 founded the United Nations Foundation with a generous $1 billion in seed money.

Their seed money came from a smuggling operation that they ran prior to the 1997 handover of Hong Kong from the UK to China.

He has said that an anonymous donor has contributed “seed money” and he is presently looking for “avenues of funding.”

The 30-year-old tradition has taken to Kickstarter for charitable seed money.

Hoodie-wearing 20-something startup CEOs celebrate seed-money investments with rounds of Jäger bombs.

Barclay had figured out the seed money from the sale of the mortgages.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seed money, such as: venture capital, and venture money.

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