Commence Mint is a venture development firm for early stage startups, helping them to go-to market, grow, scale and raise funds. Commence helps entrepreneurs improve their odds of success through the program and a unique funding model.
We help startups build scalable businesses by providing coaching, capital and compass. For us, this means creating an eco-system where your business idea can live and thrive. Our eco-system is rich in investor networks, industry experts, mentors, advisors and entrepreneurs to engage and learn from faster, to build impactful businesses.
What About Funding?
Funds are always cool to have but your venture needs more than funds. It needs efficient use of funds that sustains your idea. It needs support in accounting, legal, infrastructure and marketing and more. And it needs reasonable time to grow legs. Then there is you! You need to build knowledge of the turf, a network where you can meet potential co-founders, key-employees, mentors and collaborators.
At Commence, you get an expense account to meet important expenses for your venture. Call it your venture’s seed fund! Commence has a cluster of shared services for a venture to draw upon. And then, there is a collaborative workspace for you for 12 months. Commence also has a House Fund of INR 10 Million that us up for grabs for top performing startups in the Commence program.
What we offer? Three C's of Commence
World class mentor network and structured inventions in the Commence Program fuel the pace of the venture in right direction. And Founder Development Program nurtures the entrepreneur to build business and leadership capabilities.
Every venture needs funds to sustain, grow and then scale. Commence funds the venture with a pre-seed investment and with the house funds for best performing startups. Also, investor showcases are conducted for our startup cohort at regular intervals.
An entrepreneur is as good as his network! Commence exposes the founders to opportunities to build their network with investors, mentors, startup community, corporates etc. through investor showcases, masterclasses and meetups.
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