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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Managers of the Global Insurance Accelerator program say that program provides $40,000 in seed money for each insurance technology startup accepted into the program, in exchange for 6% of the startup's equity.
com is the first player in the Mena region to open up its API and is committing to foster a dynamic e-commerce ecosystem by announcing the creation of a fund that will provide seed money.
BRUSSELS, Safar 4, 1436, Nov 26, 2014, SPA -- The European Union's executive Commission on Wednesday proposed a 315-billion euro ($380 billion) investment plan to boost the bloc's flagging economy, with some 21 billion euros in seed money coming from EU institutions, AP reported.
Summary: MENA's most promising entrepreneurs to compete in Cairo on Friday, 4 June for start-up seed money equaling USD $60,000.
Summary: Marriott International will invest $500,000 in seed money over the next two years to support a vital water conservation program that helps protect the largest source of fresh water on the planet, located in the mountains of Southwest China.
5 million dollars as seed money to the United Nations Secretariat to partially cover the cost of a three-member fact-finding commission to probe the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto.
Charlie Moret, managing director of marketing and communication for Connecticut Innovations, which administers the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund and provided seed money for the project, says the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts have all helped fund the $3.
Just as important as providing seed money is to kill things, to say, 'Great idea, didn't work, next idea,'" Mattes added.
Juan Rangel, UNO's executive director, is a member of Consumers Organized for Reliable Electricity, a group that received seed money from ComEd and is advocating deregulation in Illinois.