Fund Your Startup With Times Entrepreneur

Welcome to Times Entrepreneur, your exclusive online source for getting the funding your startup needs for success. With more and more people starting new businesses in India, Times Entrepreneur focuses on helping startups & existing businesses to get funding for their businesses or ideas according to its growth stage and needs. We first help you to understand how to find capital, explain which funding sources are right for your startup and show you how to successfully get the funding you need. If your startup needs funding to grow and become successful in the Indian market, choose Times Entrepreneur today!

Times Entrepreneur is India’s leading consulting firm for startups looking for funding. There are many different ways new businesses can get the capital they need and our team explains them in detail.

Incubators & Accelerators

If you are in the early stages of your startup, incubators and accelerators can provide the seed funding you need to get your startup off the ground. For a small equity stake, incubators and accelerators offer office space, administrative support, legal compliances, management training, mentoring and access to industry experts. Incubation periods take longer than most funding sources, but they do ensure success.

Angel Investors

Entrepreneurs are an effective resource when funding a startup. When your startup has gained a customer base and a market presence, angel investors can offer the funding it needs to continue growing. With amounts ranging from Rs 5 lakhs to Rs 3 crore, this type of funding can provide the much needed capital a startup needs in the early stages.

Crowd Funding

Crowd funding is a very effective way of raising capital for business startups. By showcasing your business or idea, people all over the world will learn about your products and donate. The amount of capital raised from crowd funding can range anywhere from thousands of dollars, to millions.

Venture Capitalists

Venture capital is where your business will receive the most funding. In exchange for a high equity stake, mid-to-late stage startups are able to receive higher amounts of capital.

From crowd funding, angel investors and venture capitalists, to government grants and more, Times Entrepreneur has you covered. We help our clients find the best funding sources for their individual needs as well as offering them useful sources to get funding, understanding the different types of funding sources and how to successfully grow their startups.