Series B financings generally take place when a startup hits a certain milestone in its life-cycle. It’s the inflection point where “the promise” or “dream” has to be met with solid numbers and projections. But what are these particulars? Can they be easily defined in the current market? Join TOTAL ACCESS for a panel discussion on what you have to do to raise a Series B.
Series B breakdown – terminology and the current landscape
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