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Back To The Bootstrap - Living Without Series A Funding

From: www.forbes.com   By: Trevor Clawson Via: twitter.com Rather than opting for Series A,
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Will Crowdfunding Become a Big Deal in India?

From: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Via: twitter.com Will Crowdfunding Become a Big Deal in India? https://t.co/RGctbZNT03Crowdfunding — the practice
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Funding for Sustainability Businesses

From: tryforgood.com Via: twitter.com RT @VentureBean: Funding for Sustainability Businesses https://t.co/OtRVKoDgtUSustainable businesses are the
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Early-stage start-up funding slumps to a three-year low

From: www.livemint.com   By: Mihir Dalal Via: twitter.com Early-stage start-up funding slumps
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India suggests UN divert a percentage of peacekeeping funds to peace-building

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times India’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Tanmaya Lal pointed out that less than even one per cent of the funds allocated to peacekeeping are available for
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Govt to set up $350 million fund to finance solar projects

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times The Central government will set up a $350 million fund to finance solar projects, Power Minister RK Singh said, as the country steps up efforts to achieve its ambitious target of
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Electoral bonds will not solve transparency issues in political funding: CEC

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Chief Election Commissioner A K Joti’s remarks come nearly eights months after the EC had told a parliamentary committee that electoral bonds introduced by the government is a “
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Govt's electoral bonds for political funding: A cloak to hide the daggers?

From: Buisness-standard By Somasekhar Sundaresan Recommended by: business-standard While the nation’s attention stands rivetted to divisions in the Supreme Court with political parties jumping in to seek mileage over recent events