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Burlington EcDev Partners with Fundica to Help Businesses Better Access Government & Private Sector Funding

Fundica and Burlington EcDev

*Please see below a news release issued by Burlington Economic Development.

June 29, 2021 – Burlington Economic Development partners with Fundica to help businesses better access government and private sector funding. Fundica is an AI-powered funding tool that connects businesses with available grants, tax credits, loans and equity; while increasing visibility for public and private funders.

“The Fundica software is a fantastic resource for our team to have in our toolkit when supporting businesses. Due to the pandemic, our requests for assistance relating to grants and programs has increased significantly. Fundica offers an innovative solution to a longstanding problem we’ve seen from businesses – how do they know they’re accessing every program available.” — Anita Cassidy, Executive Director, Burlington Economic Development

Through Burlington Economic Development, businesses can receive a comprehensive list of programs they are eligible for and resources to begin leveraging them. The software is always up to date due to their three-pronged approach, they allow funders to add and modify their programs/products; patent pending semi-automated funding program crawling, tracking, and updating system; and through a funding research team. Businesses can be assured all programs are accounted for when requesting a summary from Fundica’s technology.

Businesses interested in receiving a customized funding search can connect with our team at

*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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