The funding rounds begin with a “seed capital
” phase and follow with A, B and then C funding.
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Series A, B, C Funding: What It All Means and How It Worksmily and the depth of their own pockets, will not suffice.
The main differences between rounds are the maturity levels of the businesses, the type of investors involved, the purpose of raising capital and how it is ultimately allocated. <span>The funding rounds begin with a “seed capital” phase and follow with A, B and then C funding. Once you understand the distinction between these rounds, it will be easier to analyze headlines regarding the startup and investing world, by grasping the context of what exactly a rou
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