Self-funding your startup with personal savings, credit cards, or small business loans.
Raising funds from a large group of people, typically via online platforms.
High net worth individuals who invest in early-stage startups in exchange for equity.
Institutional investors who provide funding to high-potential startups in exchange for equity.
Investors who provide funding to established companies with a proven track record.
Programs that provide funding, mentorship, and resources to startups in exchange for equity.
Programs that provide office space, mentorship, and resources to startups in exchange for equity.
Non-dilutive funding provided by govt agencies or private foundations for specific projects or research.
Traditional loans provided by banks or financial institutions, typically requiring collateral or a strong credit score.
Raising funds from personal connections, often with little to no interest or equity involved.