Bucks Built Receives Applications for Third Round of Seed Fund Investments


BUCKS COUNTY – Start-ups have until June 13 to apply for the third round of the Bucks Built Startup Fund.

Funded by the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority and administered in partnership with nonprofit organization Startup Bucks, the Bucks Built Startup Fund will award five promising startups $25,000 in investments in their businesses. This is the first of two rounds scheduled for 2022, with $250,000 in funds awarded each year.

Interested startups can learn more and apply at bucksbuilt.com.

Each selected startup receives 12 months of guidance, resources, connections, and partner programming from the Bucks Built team and the Startup Bucks community, focused on growing and securing follow-on funding.

The 10 startups chosen in Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 spanned various industries ranging from human resources and clinical software to vegan hair care and medical technology.

“Bucks Built’s investment helped us manufacture our first batch of devices which we shipped in the first quarter of this year,” says Amira Radovic, Founder and CEO of TheraV. “The program has also provided me with mentors and advisors who have been instrumental in helping me and my team stay accountable and goal-oriented over the past year.”

Online information sessions will be organized to answer questions from interested startups and partners on May 12 and 17.

You can also connect with the Startup Bucks community every Wednesday at 9 a.m. on Zoom during the weekly Entrepreneur Forum, Founder’s 30 // Powered by Penn Community Bank.

You want to know more ? Visit bucksbuilt.com for program details and criteria.

Questions? Sign up for Bucks Built office hours or email [email protected]


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