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Startup Funding Sources Directory

business funding sourcesThe number one issue with any new business is obtaining the funding needed for startup and operating expenses. Here an entrepreneur can find loan sources, crowd funding, angel investors, and investment bankers.

New rules for investing in crowd funding now allow smaller investors to participate and will increase the amount of money available for startups.

Where to Find Seed Money for Your New Venture

Above the Crowd
Blog from venture capitalist Bill Gurley, a partner at Benchmark Capital.

Angel LIst
AngelLIst is a site for startups to raise equity capital or debt investments from accredited investors.

Business.USA.gov Small Business Financing
Government index of government financing sources available for small business.

Can Capital
We continue to grow our capability to provide access to more working capital, year after year, to more small businesses.

CircleUp
Connect with experienced investors who can help your company thrive Streamline fundraising — cut months off your process.

Crowdfunder
Crowdfunder is the crowdfunding platform for businesses, with a growing social network of investors, tech startups, small businesses, and social enterprises.
We don’t just crowdfund. The Crowdfunder VC Index Fund also invests $100,000 per Deal into startups backed by top VCs. Start fundraising and apply for funding for free today.

Crunch Base
CrunchBase is the free database of technology companies, people, and investors that anyone can edit.

Directory of Funding Sources for Starups
Extensive directory of resources for start up funding including Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists.

Endurance Lending Network
Fast, affordable business loans for the millions of American small businesses who the banks have left behind.

Five Sources of Money for Your Startup
Compared with a few years back -- when credit markets froze, venture capitalists went on hiatus, and people's stock portfolios took a hit -- there are more funding options than ever for growing startups.

Funded.com
We provide instant online access to contact our preferred; Angel Investors, Business Lenders, Venture Capital and Equity Partners to help you raise the money for you and your business.

Grow VC Group
Grow VC Group is the global leader of financial innovation and digital finance services. We started the world's first equity crowdfunding service, and since then have introduced many new digital finance services for investing, lending, hedging and portfolio management.

Gust.com
Gust connects startups with the largest directory of investors in the world.

Indiegogo
Indiegogo is a launchpad for creative and entrepreneurial ideas of every shape and size.

Kickstarter
Kickstarter focuses on creative endeavors and not available for business funding. However, it does accept products and has had some very successful product campaigns.

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Commercial Mortgages, Home & Construction Loans, Land Financing & Hard Money

MicroVentures
We do what venture capital firms do and more. We find startups that may have incredible potential, perform complete due diligence, and enable our investors to purchase an equity stake in these companies with online investments. But that is where the similarities end. We match startups seeking capital with angel investors looking to invest as little as $3,000.

National Network of Angel Investors
The National Network of Angel Investors is the 4th generation of an angel investor group started in 1994, the Network of Business Acquirers and Investors. Over the many years, the name has changed, the members have come and gone, replaced with new enthusiastic investors.

National Venture Capital Association
As the venture community’s preeminent trade association, NVCA serves as the definitive resource for venture capital data and unites nearly 400 members through a full range of professional services.

New Crowdfunding Rules Let the Small Fry Swim With Sharks
If you’ve always dreamed of being Mr. Wonderful from “Shark Tank,” now is your chance.
New rules will permit anyone, not just the moneyed, to risk $2,000 a year or more investing in small companies in exchange for a stake in the business. Companies can raise up to $1 million a year this way. This will create more funds available for small business and start ups.

Peerbackers
The founders of peerbackers have produced multi-media campaigns for more than a quarter of the Fortune 500 companies as well as for small and mid-size companies to help them increase sales, grow market share and build brand awareness.

RocketHub
If you want to be part of an international, pioneering, open community that has helped thousands of artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, and social leaders raise millions of dollars, you want to be part of RocketHub.

Small Business Administration (SBA)
For temporary or small infusions of cash, try for a Small Business Administration loan (offered at a lower interest rate because it is guaranteed by the government) or a bank line of credit.

Small Business Investor Alliance
Members of the SBIA provide capital to small businesses, to help them reach the next level of growth. SBIA members invest where few others are investing – bread and butter American businesses, which want to grow but need access to capital to be successful.

Somolend
Provides debt-based investment funding to qualified businesses with existing operations and revenue stream.

TheFunded.com
TheFunded.com is an online community of over 18,000 CEOs, Founders and entrepreneurs to discuss fundraising, rate and review investors, and discuss strategies to grow a start-up business.

V Finance Directory of Venture Capital
If you're looking for a comprehensive list of venture capital firms, you've come to the right place! Since 1995, vfinance.com has painstakingly researched and validated virtually every well-known venture capital firm in America.

Why Startups Seeking Funding Should Use Content To Build Their Credibility
Today, venture capital (VC) is more democratic than ever. Investors are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and geography is no longer a constricting factor. Therefore, if you're looking for funding, you can be sure that your online presence will be the subject of intense scrutiny.

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