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Q: How much bigger is a series B investment compared to series A?< p class="Box-sc-9env3-0 Text-jjrgda-0 QTextPara___StyledText-anoo6m-0 kvqEEv">While the answer of course is “it depends”, generally speaking, a B round should be 2x-3x the size of an A round.
- Well, generally speaking, the increase in the size of the next round roughly suggests an increase in valuation.
- And to raise the next raise, say a B from an A, you need to make progress. A lot of it. And if that progress is real (say 2x-3x more revenue, better metrics, a stronger management team), valuation should go up 2x or more.
- And finally, if you double the valuation AND sell the same amount of the company, then the amount raised will also … double.
This is very rough. You might choose less dilution in the Series B. Or the valuation might not quite double.
But usually, if the B isn’t >2x the A the company isn’t totally crushing it. And the expectations go up for each round. So it’s also harder to raise a B if you aren’t 2x-3x stronger than during the A.View original question on quora The post How much bigger is a series B investment compared to series A? appeared first on SaaStr.