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StartupFundHub.com provides FREE access to its COVID-19 Business Recovery Database.
BUFFALO, NY, October 20, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- E.B. Howard Consulting (EBHC) has launched its next landmark endeavor in helping the small business and startup community locate non-dilutive funding, StartupFundHub.com. This self-service subscription database provides access to the latest in non-dilutive funding opportunities in the United States, all in one place. StartupFundHub.com provides FREE access to its COVID-19 Business Recovery Database.
Why we launched StartupFundHub
Startup Fund Hub started with just a COVID-19 blog post on EBHC's website in March of 2020. This was focused on collecting all of the funding available for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 shutdown OR those focusing on mitigating the effects of COVID-19 in some way. See the original COVID-19 blog post HERE
As the list grew, we felt it was appropriate to move the database to its own domain, where the list could be provided to the public in a searchable format for FREE. We still provide FREE access to the COVID-19 database. We update it regularly (usually several times a week) as funding is announced throughout the nation for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and startups.
It was not until September when we launched the platform's subscription option. The subscription section's content includes various non-dilutive funding, such as grants, pitch competitions, accelerators, etc. all with a single focus on helping small businesses grow without taking equity.
E.B. Howard Consulting is a women-owned consulting firm founded in 2013. It has secured well over $60M in non-dilutive funding (e.g., SBIR/STTR funding), focusing on locating funding, applying for funding, and measuring outcomes. Organizations that choose to work with EBHC have a common goal to develop, fund, and implement innovative STEM-based solutions to various social, cultural, educational, or environmental issues by securing funding for R&D projects through various federal funding agencies.
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