How big are typical venture capital investment valuations at each stage of development?? Series A, Series B, and Series C?

Posted by Robert Norton on

This is best answered by this diagram of statistical information. However, be aware these are the deals that report only and not all deals and so likely higher than the true averages because smaller angel deals are less likely to report to PitchBook.  No one really knows or can get data on all deals as they are private and may be between the company and on angel investor. 

I would guess these valuations are doubled by missing so many of the smaller, seed deals that go unreported. Many companies start with a single $50K to $100K angel which is enough to get a product finished after the founder’s invest sweat equity and some of their own capital while bootstrapping.

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