Get Seed funding from Y Combinator Winter-2020- late but still have option

Y Combinator Funded Top Companies
Y Combinator Funded top Companies

Seed funding provider and startups incubator platform Y Combinator is inviting application for the Winter 2020 batch to support the startups in the US.

The last dates of the early submission are passed on by 8 pm PT on September 25 but still, have an option to submit your application as a late submission up to 16 October.

The startups or founders with clear innovative ideas and business models can apply for the cohort batch to get financial support of seed funding and mentoring from technology experts of three months batch starting from January- 2020.

This batch is for US-listed startups, and if overseas wants to participate in the Y Combinator funding cycle, and then they must register their entity in the US as a subsidiary, its long process but many advocates available to do this.

Click to Apply > Y Combinator Winter-2020 

The application deadline Y Combinator Winter 2020.
The application deadline Y Combinator Winter 2020.

The Y Combinator funding cycle Winter 2020 takes place in Mountain View, CA from January–March 2020.

The decision of funding decided after the initial interviews with a startup founder. Ones your application selected and the Y Combinator decided to fund your startups, your founder team will move to Bay Area for January–March 2020.

This is the best option for early-stage startups, which needs expert advice and support to boost ideas and convert ideas into products. Y Combinator supported more than 2500 startups to date and many of them are highly successful and business leaders of the respective sectors. Y Combinator invests around $150K in each startup, participated in the Y Combinator Seed Funding Cycle.

Y Combinator provides early-stage seed funding, and during the three months of period, experts treat the founder, how to represent their product in the market and get more funding to accelerate business.

Y Combinator organizes the seed funding cycle two times in a year and selects the best available options to mentor and support them to build their ideas into a successful startup.

Y Combinator provides early-stage seed funding, and during the three months of period, experts treat the founder, how to represent their product in the market and get more funding to accelerate business.

The ways StartUps get funding by Y Combinator

There are a total of 18 YC startups valued become UNICORN startups and together the YC startups raised $25 billion from investor to date.

Demo Day

The demo day event organized in the last month of each batch and startups present their ideas and business model to the selected audience, this a flagship event by the Y Combinator.

Startups participated in the seed funding cycle batch gets average funding $250M of seed capital in the weeks following Demo Day.

Series A program

Y Combinator organizes many Series A events for the investor who want to fund and startups that need funds.

The participated investor selected by the team YC and can participate in the funding rounds by invite-only, online portal, the Series A Investor Portal. In 2018, YC startups raised over $964mm across 97 Series A programs.

Top investors in YC Startups companies

This list of top 10 investors prepared on the basis of the number of top 100 Y Combinator companies in their portfolio.

TOP SEED INVESTORS

  1. SV Angel
  2. Initialized Capital
  3. Fundersclub
  4. Sound Ventures / Grade A investments

TOP VENTURE INVESTORS

  1. Sequoia Capital
  2. Andreessen Horowitz
  3. Accel Partners
  4. Khosla Ventures
  5. GV
  6. Index Ventures

The list of the top 100 Y Combinator companies by valuation , as of October 2018. 100 Y Combinator companies.

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