The Seed Capital Investment Program (SCIP) can provide working capital to help support the initial capitalization or expansion of technology-based companies located in Arkansas. The program can provide working capital up to $500,000 of the company's total financing needs. Investments made by the SCIP fund can be repaid through a variety of instruments, including direct loans, participations and royalties.
We provide up to $500,000 to develop technology and start high-tech companies.
Investment Application - PDF
Rules - PDF
Nanomech received $500,000 to commercialize advanced nanotechnology based coatings for cutting tools.
Unityware received $44,000 to commercialize software for database integration.
Safe Foods received $50,000 to commercialize cetylpyridinium chloride as a treatment in food processing.
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