Financing Round

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Financing Round

Any organized attempt by a company to raise capital for its operations. A financing round may involve the sale of stock or bonds, or a company may seek an angel investor. A financing round is often necessary for a company to begin or to expand operations. See also: Down round.
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Elston, an original co-founder, led the company as CEO from its inception four years ago through three progressive up rounds of financing and successful commercialization of its flagship enterprise solution.
Another institutional investor who participated in both rounds of financing was Wheatley Partners, a New York-based venture capital firm focused in technology-related sectors including life sciences and medical devices.
These rounds of financing were led by VantagePoint Venture Partners (VantagePoint) (San Bruno, CA) and also included the participation of Loeb Partners Corporation (New York, NY).
Nine leading technology investment firms, including investors from previous rounds of financing, have invested $10.
Other premier investors who participated in this and previous rounds of financing include: Integral Capital Partners; INVESCO Private Capital; Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers; Technology Partners; Tredegar Industries, Inc.
During a period of financial uncertainty in the B2B dot-com world, we have been able to demonstrate great value for our investors and continue to secure new rounds of financing - at an increased valuation," said Michael W.
the leading provider of software for the delivery of smart, interactive web based applications, today announced completion of its latest round of financing totaling $5 million from four investors, all of which have been involved in previous rounds of financing.
Woodside Fund has been involved with MTC through three rounds of financing.
In aggregate, InternetConnect has completed four rounds of financing for more than $81 million.
After that, we hope to accelerate our growth with larger additional rounds of financing before HealthZone.