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Fundraising for Startups

Here we have all the full list of resources for your startup. These resources includes both dilutive and non-dilutive funding. Non-dilutive funding means you won’t lose equity in your startup. This can get accomplished via: startup competitions prizes, grants, and other ways. It’s almost always the best to start with non-dilutive so you don’t lose equity in your startup. In that way you have more control over your startup. This can greatly help with direction of the startup. Some of these resources can be used for product development, hiring and more. Some grants or government money are specific for example for hiring while other are for research and development. This can vary from country to country. Some fundings are time-sensitive so be sure to sign up on our Startup Newsletter to get notified when there’s a new funding resource available to grow your startup. We send out weekly newsletter with the latest round of funding.

For dilutive funding, this is done via venture capital, funding through accelerator programs, crowdfunding, or other ways. Additionally, some accelerators take an equity stake in your startup. For example Y Combinator takes 7% and provides $150,000 USD funding. Usually government-backed accelerators don’t take any equity but they may not have the depth of say Y Combinator. Every program and accelerator is so different so be sure to read the detail terms as to how it works.

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Global Startup Competitions

 

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Startup Funding Dilutive Sources

 

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Startup Competitions

 

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Funding for COVID-19 Projects

 

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Want all the list of resources? Download the Toronto Startup Guide here.