A Round Financing
Often referred to a the “A” Round or Series A Financing. A Round Financing is the first significant round of venture capital (VC) financing. A Round stock is typically the first release or series of stock in a start-up company. Private equity investors typically prefer this type of convertible preferred stock as it usually offers more rights than those granted to common stock shares. Angel investors are typically pooled together to spread the risk of financing an idea or concept that has not yet proven itself valuable. Many big name tech companies have been started with A Round Financing.
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