Series A Is The New Series B

This excellent article by Ben Narasin of TriplePoint Capital summarizes how the bar has been raised for both Series A and Series B fundraising rounds for entrepreneurs even while valuations have increased significantly.

"Because they are seeing the top competitors after they’ve had time to distinguish themselves, Series A investors are basing decisions on actual results rather than perceived opportunity alone. Series A companies now have profiles like those historically seen in Series B, and specifically in the Series B companies that had proven enough to eliminate much of the leap of faith otherwise required."

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