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  1. Venture capital

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    The typical venture capital investment occurs after an initial "seed funding" round. The first round of institutional venture capital to fund growth is

  2. Founders Fund

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    Founders Fund is a San Francisco-based venture capital firm. Formed in 2005, Founders Fund had more than $3 billion in aggregate capital under management

  3. Pluralsight

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    Series B funding from Insight Venture Partners, Iconiq Capital, and Sorenson Capital—reported at the time to be the largest venture funding round ever

  4. Ripple Labs

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    a privately funded company. It has closed five rounds of funding, which included two rounds of angel funding, one round of seed funding, one Series A

  5. List of venture capital firms

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    the largest venture capital firms by deal flow at different growth stages. Angel investor Comparison of crowd funding services List of venture resource firms

  6. Udemy

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    raised $1 million in venture funding by August. In October 2011, the company raised an additional $3 million in Series A funding led by Groupon investors

  7. Valar Ventures

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    Series A funding for Petal, a fintech start up and led a second round of funding for Coya, a German insurance startup. In February 2019, Valar Ventures led

  8. Upfront Ventures

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    including Ulta, Overture, PayPal Credit, TrueCar, Disney Digital Network, Kyriba, and Ring. Upfront Ventures was formed in 1996 in Century City, Los Angeles under

  9. Crowdfunding

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    Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet

  10. DigitalOcean

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    As of December 2015, DigitalOcean has raised US$123.21 million in funding. The company's seed funding was led by IA Ventures and raised US$3.2 million

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