What's the difference in angel, seed and Series A rounds?

04/30/2013 | MediaPost Communications

In general, startups begin the fundraising process by getting the backing of angel investors, writes Matt Straz, CEO of Namely. Afterward, they might go through a seed round and then a Series A round as they continue to grow and attempt to achieve a sustainable business model. "When the fundraising process is done right, each stage builds upon itself and the result is a profitable outcome for everyone involved," he writes.

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