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Series A Funding




Series A is a type of financing round in a startup's capital-raising journey, after pre-seed and seed rounds. A business can apply for Series A funding once it has established consistent revenue streams and a solid customer base. This financing round is traditionally considered the most important one in the life of a startup thus far, because it allows significant scaling. The funds raised in a Series A round tend to capitalize on a company for up to 2 years along its growth process.