The definition of 'Series A funding'

Series A funding is generally reserved for a company and product that needs to be scaled. In this sense it is different to the initial seed capital which is the funding used to start a company. The company will therefore have to have an impressive track record and have demonstrated some form of success before opting for this type of funding. The typical funding round raises somewhere between £2 million and £15 million.

Read about SyndicateRoom’s Series A funding round here.