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Seed Stage/Angel Investors
Seed funding is the first official equity funding stage. It typically represents the first official money that a business venture or enterprise raises.
Series B rounds are all about taking businesses to the next level, past the development stage. Investors help startups get there by expanding market reach.
A pre-initial public offering (IPO) placement is a private sale of large blocks of shares before a stock is listed on a public exchange.
Once a business has developed a track record (an established user base, consistent revenue figures, or some other key performance indicator), that company may opt for Series A funding in order to further optimize its user base and product offerings.
Businesses that make it to Series C funding sessions are already quite successful. These companies look for additional funding in order to help them develop new products, expand into new markets, or even to acquire other companies.