seed capital

The small amount of initial capital required to fund the research and development necessary before a new company is set up. The seed capital should enable a persuasive and accurate business plan to be drawn up.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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  • seed capital — seed .capital n [U] ↑seed money …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Seed Capital — The initial capital used to start a business. Seed capital often comes from the company founders personal assets or from friends and family. The amount of money is usually relatively small because the business is still in the idea or conceptual… …   Investment dictionary

  • seed capital — N UNCOUNT Seed capital is an amount of money that a new company needs to pay for the costs of producing a business plan so that they can raise further capital to develop the company. [BUSINESS] I am negotiating with financiers to raise seed… …   English dictionary

  • seed capital — noun see seed money * * * ˈseed money [seed money] (also ˈseed capital) noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • seed capital — The small amount of initial capital required to fund the research and development necessary before a new company is set up. The seed capital should enable a persuasive and accurate business plan to be drawn up …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • seed capital — noun another term for seed money …   English new terms dictionary

  • seed capital — /ˈsid kæpətl/ (say seed kapuhtl) noun money invested in the early stages of an enterprise or project in the expectation of returns in the medium or longer term …   Australian English dictionary

  • seed capital — (U.K.) Gen Mgt = seed money …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • Seed Capital — Startkapital. Beteiligungskapital, das im Rahmen der frühen Phase einer Unternehmensgründung zur Finanzierung der Produktentwicklung sowie zur Versorgung von Existenzgründern mit haftendem Eigenkapital. S.C. wird von spezialisierten… …   Lexikon der Economics

  • seed capital — noun (U) the money you have to start a new business with …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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