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Resource Category: Access to Capital

07 February

QUBIC Labs is a startup incubator and innovation hub that identifies and supports entrepreneurs who are creating businesses around financial, government and civic technologies. Based in Quincy, MA, QUBIC Labs is focused on job creation, economic growth and development by catalyzing the entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem just south of Boston.

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30 June

The Ujima Fund is a democratic investment vehicle raising capital to finance small businesses, real estate and infrastructure projects in Boston’s working-class Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color, as part of the larger Boston Ujima Project.

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30 June

The Capital Network (TCN) is a non-profit (501c3) organization aims to democratize access to funding. TCN provides practical, hands-on education and personalized mentoring to help early stage entrepreneurs master the entire funding process and successfully raise seed capital & beyond. TCN knows fundraising is hard so they provide entrepreneurs with the right network of investors […]

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30 June

Republic is a founder and investor-friendly platform to make startup investing truly accessible. The mission is to democratize startup fundraising and investing. They’ve created a startup ecosystems that includes an equity investing platform, Republic Crypto – the first full stack fundraising solution in the crypto space, and Republic Labs – an affiliated investment advisory service.

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30 June

Reinventure Capital invests growth-stage capital in companies that have the potential for both excellent financial returns and sustainable, measurable impacts.

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30 June

Pipeline Angels is changing the face of angel investing and creating capital for women and non-binary femme social entrepreneurs. Members serve as the friends and family round for entrepreneurs who may not already have support at that critical stage.

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30 June

New England Venture Capital Association (NEVCA) is a trade association with the mission to make New England the best place in the world to start and grow new companies. The NEVCA represents the interests of venture capital investors by promoting entrepreneurship.

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30 June

Metro Credit Union is largest state chartered credit union in Massachusetts. Metro is a not for profit financial cooperative which is owned by and operated for its members. In keeping with the credit union philosophy of “people helping people,” Metro offers the members a wide range of low-cost financial products and exceptional service.   Metro is […]

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30 June

Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC) functions as a one-stop resource for debt financing for small businesses. MGCC also works to promote economic development throughout the Commonwealth, with special paid attention to business needs in underserved areas, Gateway Cities and low to moderate income communities.

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30 June

Local Enterprise Assistance Fund (LEAF) focuses on micro-entrepreneurs and small businesses in Boston. LEAF lending is focused on community-owned natural food cooperatives that create high quality jobs and provide access to healthy food in urban and rural communities; low-income cooperative housing developments; and worker-owned firms and other community-based businesses and social enterprises.

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