Information on accelerators around the world, the companies they've funded, how much funding they provide, and for what share of equity.
Get the scoop on the successes and failure of companies that have graduated from seed accelerators.
Seed-DB uses the Crunchbase API for up-to-date information on companies, their exits, funding, and what they're up to.
Are you interested in the successes or failures of different accelerators or companies? Analyze the full data and draw your own conclusions.
With Seed-DB, you can easily see the economic impact of accelerators world-wide, from new jobs created to company value created.
Seed-DB uses a consistent definition of "seed accelerator" to better compare and contrast programs world-wide.
The most prominent programs are largely complete, but there are some programs and many companies still missing. (Contact me if you are an accelerator and have data you'd like me to import.)
A number of fields are pulled from Crunchbase. If a company hasn't updated their information on Crunchbase, it won't show on Seed-DB.
This is just the start of Seed-DB. Check out the development roadmap to see what's coming soon.
Most values for company exits are guesses, though some come from published reports or the startups themselves. Dots by each exit value indicate the confidence in the value. (High/Medium/Low)
Seed-DB doesn't currently show company valuations. There are fantastic companies that have taken little or no funding and are massively successful. These companies wouldn't show up properly using the data available. A better valuation analysis is on the roadmap.