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Seed capital
The provision of very early stage finance to a company with a business venture or idea that has not yet been established.
    
Capital is often provided before venture capitalists become involved. However, a small number of venture capitalists do provide seed capital. It is a securities offering whereby one or more parties that have some connection to a new enterprise invest the funds necessary to start the business so that it has enough funds to sustain itself for a period of development until it reaches either a state where it is able to continue funding itself, or has created something in value so that it is worthy of Future rounds of funding. Seed money refers to the money so invested. Seed capital may also come from financial bootstrapping rather than an offering. Bootstrapping in this context means making use of the Cash flow of an existing enterprise.
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