You can answer this with EA Survey data (and we just did, right now, right here - looks like $38,559 median, $50,000 mean), but I'd urge caution with interpretation given that there is a lot of variation between organizations (and also the EA Survey likely doesn't capture all the orgs that may be relevant).
We're now in contact with Chase (our bank) about applying. Unsure about the timeline.
Thanks for putting this together.
Do you have any insight into why human-level Angry Birds play seems to be harder than expected?
Per Axios reporting the "ban" on VC-backed startups may change .
Per Chase Business, it looks like they aren't ready to take applications yet. I would expect significant delays.
Cool! I think the grant framework is different than a typical investor engagement that a VC arranges. If you read our Open Phil contracts you can see we are not partners.
Current economic uncertainty makes this loan request necessary to support the ongoing operations of the Applicant
I guess I assumed this was true for everyone, but I have now made it more clear and prominent throughout my article. If you're lucky enough to not have economic uncertainty, I agree you should not apply for this grant.
Yes, it is correct that increasing headcount will not affect loan forgiveness.
We're looking into this and will get back to you. Let me know if you find anything.
Some updates in my LW 29 March COVID Consolidated Brief. When I can, I will also aim to update this post with what I find relevant.