Topp Startup Ecosystem Template

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1. FAQ: Future Successes are high growth potential startup companies

2. Company 2

3. Startup Successes

3.1. Past Successes

3.1.1. Company 1

3.1.2. Company 2

3.1.3. Company 3

3.1.4. Company 4

3.1.5. Company 5

3.1.6. FAQ: Past successes are those startups that have made a successful exit.

3.2. Current Successes

3.2.1. Company 1

3.2.2. Company 2

3.2.3. Company 3

3.2.4. Company 4

3.2.5. Company 5

3.2.6. FAQ: Current Successes are the startups that have succeeded in acquiring funding and have high growth potentials.

3.3. Future Successes

3.3.1. Company 1

3.3.2. Company 3

3.3.3. Company 4

3.3.4. Company 5

3.4. Local Heroes

3.4.1. Hero 1

3.4.2. Hero 2

3.4.3. Hero 3

3.4.4. Hero 4

3.4.5. Hero 5

3.4.6. FAQ: Local Heroes are those who have founded a startup company and succeeded in staying in business in the long-term, or have made a successful exit.

4. Venture Capitalists

4.1. Early Stage

4.1.1. VC 1

4.1.2. VC 2

4.1.3. VC 3

4.1.4. VC 4

4.1.5. VC 5

4.1.6. FAQ: Early stage venture capitalist provides funds to companies for product development and initial marketing. This type of financing is usually provided to companies just organized or to those that have been in business just a short time but have not yet sold their product in the marketplace. Generally, such firms have already assembled key management, prepared a business plan and made market studies. At this stage, the business is seeing its first revenues but has yet to show a profit. This is often where the enterprise brings in its first "outside" investors.

4.2. Late Stage

4.2.1. VC 1

4.2.2. VC 2

4.2.3. VC 3

4.2.4. VC 4

4.2.5. VC 5

4.2.6. FAQ: Later Stage - Capital provided after commercial manufacturing and sales but before any initial public offering. The product or service is in production and is commercially available. The company demonstrates significant revenue growth, but may or may not be showing a profit. It has usually been in business for more than three years.

4.3. Foreign

4.3.1. VC 1

4.3.2. VC 2

4.3.3. VC 3

4.3.4. VC 4

4.3.5. VC 5

4.3.6. FAQ: Foreign venture capital comes from groups of wealthy foreign investors, investment banks and other financial institutions that pool such investments or partnerships.

4.4. FAQ: Venture capitalist is a firm that provides financial capital to early-stage, high-potential, high risk, growth startup companies. The venture capital fund earns money by owning equity in the companies it invests in. The typical venture capital investment occurs after the seed funding round as the first round of institutional capital to fund growth.

5. Angel Investors

5.1. Top Angels

5.1.1. Richard Winston

5.1.2. Nazmul Hasan Nahid

5.1.3. Octavia Buchanan

5.1.4. James Dev

5.1.5. Jeff Kaplan

5.1.6. FAQ: An angel Investor is an affluent individual who provides capital for a business start-up, usually in exchange for convertible debt or ownership equity.

5.2. Angel Groups

5.2.1. Group 1

5.2.2. Group 2

5.2.3. Group 3

5.2.4. Group 4

5.2.5. Group 5

5.2.6. FAQ: Angel investors organize themselves into angel groups or angel networks to share research and pool their investment capital, as well as to provide advice to their portfolio companies.

5.3. FAQ: An angel Investor is an affluent individual who provides capital for a business start-up, usually in exchange for convertible debt or ownership equity. Angel investors organize themselves into angel groups or angel networks to share research and pool their investment capital, as well as to provide advice to their portfolio companies.

6. Incubators/Accelerators

6.1. Incubators

6.1.1. Incubator 1

6.1.2. Incubator 2

6.1.3. Incubator 3

6.1.4. Incubator 4

6.1.5. Incubator 5

6.1.6. FAQ: Business incubators are programs designed to support the successful development of entrepreneurial companies through an array of business support resources and services, developed and orchestrated by incubator management and offered both in the incubator and through its network of contacts.

6.2. Accelerators

6.2.1. Accelerator 1

6.2.2. Accelerator 2

6.2.3. Accelerator 3

6.2.4. Accelerator 4

6.2.5. Accelerator 5

6.2.6. FAQ: Seed accelerators are fixed-term, cohort-based programs, that include mentorship and educational components and culminate in a public pitch event or demo-day.

6.3. FAQ: The main differences between business incubators and accelerators are: 1.The application process is open to anyone, but highly competitive. Y Combinator and TechStars have application acceptance rates between 1% and 3%. 2.A seed investment in the startups is usually made, in exchange for equity. Typically, the investment is between US$20,000 and US$50,000 (or GB£10,000 and GB£50,000 in Europe) 3.The focus is on small teams, not on individual founders. Accelerators consider that one person is insufficient to handle all the work associated with a startup. 4.The startups must "graduate" by a given deadline, typically after 3 months. During this time, they receive intensive mentoring and training, and they are expected to iterate rapidly. Virtually all accelerators end their programs with a "Demo Day", where the startups present to investors. 5.Startups are accepted and supported in cohort batches or classes (the accelerator isn't an on-demand resource). The peer support and feedback that the classes provide is an important advantage. If the accelerator doesn't offer a common workspace, the teams will meet periodically.

7. Other Startup Resources (Government & Startup Sponsors

7.1. Government

7.1.1. Gov 1

7.1.2. Gov 2

7.1.3. Gov 3

7.1.4. Gov 4

7.1.5. Gov 5

7.1.6. FAQ: Governmental organisation that supports and promotes the development of the technology startup community.

7.2. Startup Sponsors

7.2.1. Sponsor 1

7.2.2. Sponsor 2

7.2.3. Sponsor 3

7.2.4. Sponsor 4

7.2.5. Sponsor 5

7.2.6. FAQ: A private entity that supports and promotes the development of the technology startup community.

8. Events, Meetups, Conferences

8.1. Events

8.1.1. Biruwa

8.1.2. Pivot Nepal

8.1.3. Startup Weekend Kathmandu

8.1.4. Event 4

8.1.5. Event 5

8.1.6. FAQ: Events during which groups of developers, business managers, startup enthusiasts, marketing gurus, graphic artists and more pitch ideas for new startup companies, form teams around those ideas, and work to develop a working prototype, demo, or presentation.

8.2. Meetups

8.2.1. Mobile Monday Kathmandu

8.2.2. Meetup 2

8.2.3. Meetup 3

8.2.4. Meetup 4

8.2.5. Meetup 5

8.2.6. FAQ: Meetup is an online social networking portal that facilitates offline group meetings in various localities around the world. Meetup allows members to find and join groups unified by a common interest. In this case, we focus on technology startup related group meetings

8.3. Conferences

8.3.1. World Entrepreneurship Forum

8.3.2. Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs' Forum

8.3.3. Conf 3

8.3.4. Conf 4

8.3.5. Conf 5

8.3.6. FAQ: Conferences are global think-tanks dedicated to entrepreneurs, creators of wealth and social justice. They meet to tackle our world’s most pressing issues with entrepreneurial solutions.

9. Local Media

9.1. Online

9.1.1. Tech Media House

9.1.2. ict

9.1.3. Aakarpost

9.1.4. Pcinfo

9.1.5. Linux Candy

9.1.6. Nepal YP

9.1.7. FAQ: Online media website focused on information technology companies.

9.2. Offline

9.2.1. Computer Association of NEPAL

9.2.2. Media 2

9.2.3. Media 3

9.2.4. Media 4

9.2.5. Media 5

9.2.6. FAQ: ???

10. Co Working Spaces

10.1. location 1

10.1.1. Space 1

10.1.2. Space 2

10.1.3. Space 3

10.1.4. Space 4

10.1.5. Space 5

10.2. location

10.2.1. Space 6

10.2.2. Space 7

10.2.3. Space 8

10.2.4. Space 9

10.2.5. Space 10

10.3. FAQ: Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office environment, those coworking are usually not employed by the same organization.. Typically it is attractive to work-at-home professionals, independent contractors, or people who travel frequently who end up working in relative isolation.. Coworking is also the social gathering of a group of people who are still working independently, but who share values, and who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with like-minded talented people in the same space.

11. FAQ: The ecosystem map is a map that amalgamate all the key players in the technology startup community.