What is Series A round?
Definition: A series A round is the first stage of venture capital financing for a startup company. It is used to raise capital for companies that have demonstrated a working product and a good business model, and are ready to scale their business.
In a Series A round, the startup raises capital from venture capital firms or angel investors and other institutional investors, in exchange for equity in the company.
The amount of capital raised in a Series A round can range from a few million dollars to tens of millions of dollars, depending on the company's needs and the size of the investment.
The Series A round is a critical step and key milestone for many startups, as it provides the resources and funding necessary to take the company to the next level and achieve its growth goals.
After a successful Series A round, a startup may go on to raise additional rounds of financing, such as Series B, Series C, and beyond, as it continues to grow and expand its operations.