seed money

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seed money

n.
Money used or needed to set up a new business or enterprise.

seed money

n
(Commerce) money used for the establishment of an enterprise

seed′ mon`ey


n.
capital for the initial stages of a new business or other enterprise, esp. for the initial operating costs.
[1940–45]
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Noun1.seed money - capital needed to set up a new business or enterpriseseed money - capital needed to set up a new business or enterprise
capital, working capital - assets available for use in the production of further assets
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The round also had the participation of Innovation Endeavors, Google CEO Eric Schmidts venture capital company and Tel Aviv-based Aleph Venture Capital, both of which took part in the companys $6 million seed round completed in August 2017.
The seed round is led by Inception Venture Capital, a new London-based VC firm.
1m from a seed round financing with Khosla Ventures, SOSV and a Swedish angel investor.
3m in a seed round of financing led by GCM Grosvenor, the company said.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-September 22, 2016-Apprise Mobile raises USD1m seed round
0 million seed round from Yigal Jacoby, Curios Minds, TMT investments and private investors.
The magazine has also started a seed round of investment funding to fuel further expansion, according to publisher Eugenio Garcia.
For a gift, print or handwrite a bit about the flowers or vegetables and attach to the seed rounds, or include the info with the seed round.
Additional investors in the technology, venture capital and real estate industries participated, including NetEase and Matrix Partners, who were the lead investors in the company's $4 million seed round last year.
According to documents unearthed by VC Experts, WhatsApp went from a 250k dollars seed round in 2009 to an 8 million dollars round at an 80 million dollars valuation in 2011, Tech Crunch reported.
the world leader in bitcoin payment processing, has expanded its Seed round of funding by adding more angel investors, including Ben Davenport, Trace Mayer, and A-GRade Investments.
Learn Capital Venture Partners, which had invested in MasteryConnect's seed round, and Deborah Quazzo of GSV Advisors also took part in the series A financing.