Do Larger Seed Rounds Lead to Bigger Series As?


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In What’s Up with the Series A, Nikhil Basu Trivedi documents the bifurcation in the Series A market. While there are a handful of startups that raise blockbuster Series As of greater than $10M, the average Series A investment size remains relatively constant over the past 6 years just around $5.3M for US technology companies according to Crunchbase data[1]. After reading his post, I wondered if a big seed round is a leading indicator of a big series A.

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