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Clearbanc is a venture capital that is headquartered in Toronto. However, Clearbanc is unique in its approach as it provides businesses funding for a fee rather than taking an equity stake. It was first established in 2015 by Michele Romanow; investor on CBC’s prime show Shark Tank. Clearbanc is great for small businesses and start-ups as they do not do credit checks. Rather, their approval is based on other factors like revenue, ad performance, and more. Clearbanc is the largest eCommerce investor in the world. They’ve even been featured in a number of business magazines like Forbes and TechCrunch, and work with plenty of huge online companies across the globe, such as Amazon, Facebook, and Google. 

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