The Series A round of funding comes after the pre-seed and seed funding rounds. Generally between $2 million to $15 million is raised and that amount can vary. Start-ups in a Series A round are established and have a team working on the company's product. In a Series A round, investors are usually looking for a good idea or product combined with a feasible business plan. Included in the business plan should be ideas for how to optimize the user base and/or product and how to scale the product as well.
Start-ups involved in Series A funding rounds should also have proof of the company growing, such as number of users, revenue, views, downloads, and other key performance indicators. It is usually expected that the start-up also have financial record keeping to prove that the idea or product has monetarily grown since raising the initial pre-seed and seed funds.
What Is Series A Funding and How Do You Get It?
June 19, 2019
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