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  1. Venture capital

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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