The availability of this information represents a powerful tool for startups and entrepreneurs who want to gain a quick overview of the incubator and seed funding landscape. “People who work hard founding a startup or conceiving of a new business idea can get a head start on where to find incubators, advice from other startups and especially angel investors with this data,” said John Davis, editor.
While the startup hubs of California and New York are well represented in the data, most entrepreneurs who review The Venture List or the spreadsheet will be able to find contacts close to home, whether they live in the Midwest U.S. or Eastern Europe.
Idea-stage companies and startup founders who review The Venture List 300 will be able quickly gain an understanding of the types of incubators and funds that are the best fit for their company. Too often founders fail to look beyond their own region for capital and expertise when launching a company. The Venture List includes incubators that will provide travel funds and accommodations for select startups in addition to seed investors that are searching for opportunities across the globe.
The The Venture File spreadsheet was created as a tool for startups that are already well into the fundraising process and want to expand their contact base and exposure to investors in a methodical, organized fashion. The spreadsheet has more than 400 rows organized by location, including more than 200 email addresses.
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John Davis, editor
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