•       About Funding


We at KaaSaa help Startups in raising funds

Angel Investment
Venture Capital Investment
Series Investment
Seed Investment - via our Incubation

Some of the prerequisite for KaaSaa to take up your case

Full-Time Founders
Founders with diverse skill sets
Must have MVP ready with some early traction.
Must be registered as a Private Company, LLP or Partnership Firms


Please submit this Request Form
We will set up a 15-20 Min time for discussion
If we agree with terms and fee, we will bring you on board under Passport Membership. You can review Passport benefits

Types of Funding

A grant is an award, usually financial, given by an entity to a company to facilitate a goal or incentivize performance.

Angel investors are typically high net worth individuals who look to put relatively small amounts of money into startups, typically ranging from a few thousand dollars to as much as a million dollars.

Venture capital is funding that's invested in startups and small businesses that are usually high risk, but also have the potential for exponential growth. Venture capital is a great option for startups that are looking to scale big — and quickly. Because the investments are fairly large, your startup has to be prepared to take that money and grow.

Getting money — in the form of loans or investments — from family and friends is another one that doesn't fall under traditional “small business startup loans.” But it's a common way for startup founders to get money from pre-seed funding to either start their companies or get help along the way.

A small business startup loan is any type of loan that helps businesses with little to no business history. It's one of many financing options for founders who are looking to either get started or improve their young companies.
    A. SBA LOANS: An SBA small business loan is a loan that is backed by the Small Business Administration (SBA).
    B. CREDIT CARDS: While not a traditional “loan,” business credit cards are a great option for very early-stage startups who need help getting going.

Crowdfunding is a method of raising capital through the collective effort of friends, family, customers, and individual investors. This approach taps into the collective efforts of a large pool of individuals — primarily online via social media and crowdfunding platforms — and leverages their networks for greater reach and exposure.

Series funding is when a startup raises rounds of funds, each one higher than the next and each one increasing the value of the business. It's described alphabetically: Series A, B, C, D, and E.

Stages of Startup

This the stage where the entrepreneur has an idea and is working on bringing it to life. At this stage, the amount of funds needed is usually small. Additionally, at the initial stage in the startup lifecycle, there are very limited and mostly informal channels available for raising funds.

This stage typically refers to the period in which a company's founders are first getting their operations off the ground. The most common "pre-seed" funders are the founders themselves, as well as close friends, supporters and family.

At this stage, a startup has a prototype ready and needs to validate the potential demand of the startup's product/service. This is called conducting a 'Proof of Concept (POC)', after which comes the big market launch.

Where venture capital financing often begins. At this point in the birth of a business, seed-stage funds are typically used for market research, product development and business expansion - the foundational work required to build any successful operation.

At this stage startup's products or services have been launched in the market. Key performance indicators such as customer base, revenue, app downloads, etc. become important at this stage.

At this stage, the startup is experiencing a fast rate of market growth and increasing revenues. Scaling a startup means setting the stage to enable the growth of the company.

Exit Options for Investors

The investor may decide to sell the portfolio company to another company in the market. In essence, it entails one company combining with another, either by acquiring it (or part of it) or by being acquired (in whole or in part).

IPO refers to the event where a startup lists on the stock market for the first time. Since the public listing process is elaborate and replete with statutory formalities, it is generally undertaken by startups with an impressive track record of profits and who are growing at a steady pace.

Investors may sell their equity or shares to other venture capital or private equity firms.

Founders of the startup may also buy back their shares from the fund/investors if they have liquid assets to make the purchase and wish to regain control of their company.

General FAQ

1. Who are Eligible for funds?
•Prototype Creation
•Product Development
•Team Hiring
•Working Capital
•Legal & Consulting Services
•Raw Material & Equipments
•Licenses & Certifications
•Marketing & Sales
•Office Space & Admin Expenses

2. What is Bootstrapping?
Bootstrapping a startup means growing the business with little or no venture capital or outside investment. It means relying on your savings and revenue to operate and expand. This is the first recourse for most entrepreneurs as there is no pressure to pay back the funds or dilute control of your startup.