Welcome to the Fincubator.
Entrepreneurs and project founders get access to resources, mentorship, and access to funding opportunities. Available to Chummy holders only! Buy a Chummy on OpenSea to gain full access.
About The Fincubator
Entrepreneurs can apply with their projects, ideas, and early-stage startups and get the mentorship, resources, and access to funding needed to make your project a success. Must be a chummy holder to gain access to the Fincubator!
All Chummy holders get one thirty-minute mentor session per year. Chummy Whales (holders of 10+ Chummies) get access to two one-hour mentor sessions with the project founders and/or our network of vetted mentors per year.
We have a network of technology & business leaders that have partnered with the Chummy Fin Club to help our holder community of entrepreneurs and project founders be successful.
Book your mentor session today!
Chummy Whales (holders of 10+ Chummies) have the opportunity to apply for funding assistance for your project or startup.
We have a partnership with EquityNet, one of the largest investor platforms in the world. If your application for funding assistance is accepted, the project team will help you prepare your pitch deck and investment materials, and help you make investor connections.
About the Project
We have curated some of the most essential resources from around the web to help you succeed. We will add more content as we continue to grow the Fincubator.
Business Idea to MVP
Great, you have a business idea! It’s surely going to be the greatest thing since sliced bread. But what comes next? How do you present your idea to investors and customers? This module will help you understand how to bring your idea to life and prepare a minimum viable product (MVP). Read more…
When it comes to starting up and entrepreneurship, you may have heard of the Lean Method. It’s basically advocates for building startups and products for customers who have already expressed desire to consume said product. In this section you’ll learn more about the Lean method and its applications for your startup. Read more…
Finding a solid co-founder, someone you can trust to execute and help you grow the business from the ground up, is difficult! However, it is also one of the most important items on your to-do list when launching your startup. This module will teach you what to look for and what to avoid in potential co-founders. Read more…
Competitive Analysis & Roadmap
If there was no competition in entrepreneurship, no one would be incentivized to innovate! It’s important to have a handle on your potential competitors as you develop your product roadmap. In this section, you’ll learn how to research the competitive landscape and structure your roadmap to navigate the marketplace. Read more…
Fundraising Plan & Pre-Seed Capital
You have your idea, you validated it with the market, you understand your competition… Now you just need the money in order to follow through. Fundraising, depending on your business offering, is crucial in order for you to be successful as an entrepreneur. Follow me to learn more. Read more…
Building Your Pitch Deck
Ah, the pitch deck! Perfecting your pitch and the visuals that go along with it, is of the utmost importance for meetings with investors. In this section, be prepared to learn about best practices for content to be included in your pitch. Remember your audience!
Finding the Right Investors & Advisors
Discovering the best investors and advisors for your startup is arguably as important, if not more important, than finding a solid co-founder. We’ll teach you what to look for, the ideal characteristics, and red flags of any interested investor.
Types of Investments & Investor Negotiations
Loan? Equity? Convertible? What do each of these mean and which one is best for your business? In this module, we’ll tackle the different types of investments that you could be offered and the best practices for negotiating with investors in order to achieve a meaningful outcome for all parties involved.
Due Diligence & Legal Protection
Protecting your business, its assets, and your assets, is a very wise decision. But what is the best process for registering your business and seeking legal counsel? We’ll answer all of your startup-centric legal questions in this section.
Building a Team & Culture
Your team and culture should coincide with your vision for the startup. What kind of individual do you want to be a part of your business? Who do you want by your side to help you grow your company as you strive to achieve its vision? Thinking deeply about building the team and how this will forge company culture is critical for any functioning business as they look to the future.
Meet the Team
Resident Artist, Cofounder
Project News & Updates
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