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seed capital

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(Banking & Finance) finance a small amount of capital required to finance the research necessary to produce a business plan for a new company
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This follows a USD 2 million round of seed financing from a16z, bringing the company's total financing raised to-date to USD 12 million.
M2 PHARMA-March 5, 2018-Cullgen Receives USD 15m Seed Financing from GNI
The firm had previously raised USD2m in seed financing, bringing its total financing to USD8m.
Cooley has partnered with nToggle as its corporate law firm from its inception, advising on the companys formation, seed financing and all outside financing rounds in addition to its acquisition.
Unelma platforms announced that has successfully closed a seed financing round raising USD 9.
1 March 2017 - US nonprofit organisation CureDuchenne's CureDuchenne Ventures subsidiary has committed USD 5m in seed financing in Exonics Therapeutics, a new biotechnology company focused on utilising gene editing technologies like CRISPR/Cas9 to advance the development of a treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the organisation said.
This initial seed financing round will enable Finja to demonstrate the power of digital-by- design financial services and is just the beginning of our journey", commented Monis Rahman, Co-Founder and a board member of the company.
Lux Capital, which led AirMap's seed financing last year, has also made a significant additional investment in this Series A round.
As soon as we are able to, we will be releasing more details about the Fund, including the bi-lateral partner, the seed financing and governance.
OTC: IDEA) said it has led the seed financing round in Sanguine BioSciences, a biotechnology company empowering patients in biomedical research.
Some 800 teams with business ideas have applied for funding under the Entrepreneurship Acceleration and Seed Financing Instrument under the JEREMIE initiative.
71 million in seed financing in 2004, according to the company's first SEC filing on record, signed by then-CEO Peter Sereny.