Early-stage startup companies have until June 13 to apply for the Bucks Built Startup Fund’s third round of $25,000 investments funded through the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority.
Developed and administered by Startup Bucks, a non-profit organization, with funding from Bucks County, Bucks Built will select five more promising early-stage startups. The initiative annually provides $250,000 in two separate rounds.
Interested startups can learn more and apply at bucksbuilt.com.
Each selected startup receives 12 months of partnered advising, resources, connections and programming from the Bucks Built team and Startup Bucks community, focused on enabling growth and securing follow-on funding.
The 10 startups chosen during Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 spanned diverse industries from Human Resources and clinical software to vegan haircare and medtech.
“The Bucks Built investment has helped us to manufacture our first batch of devices which we shipped out in the first quarter of this year,” says Amira Radovic, Founder and CEO of TheraV. “The program has also provided me with mentors and advisors who have been instrumental in helping me and my team to stay accountable and goal-oriented through the past year.”
Online information sessions will be held to field questions from interested startups and partners on May 12th and May 17th.
You can also connect with the Startup Bucks community every Wednesday at 9 a.m. on Zoom during the weekly entrepreneur forum, Founder’s 30 // Powered by Penn Community Bank.
Want to learn more? Head to bucksbuilt.com for program details and criteria.
Questions? Register for Bucks Built Office Hours or email [email protected]
Media Contact: Jon Mercer, President & Co-Founder, Startup Bucks, [email protected]