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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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During this time he has been involved in financing rounds totalling more than EUR 100m and in a series of M&A transactions as well as two IPOs.
A results-driven finance professional committed to building and protecting shareholder value, Ron has proven success in the completion of financing rounds and capital market transactions.
Forty two percent of Silicon Valley venture financing rounds were up rounds in 4Q03 and 45 percent were down rounds.
The company's remarkable growth in valuation defies a three-year trend of flat or down financing rounds, according to Mayfield General Partner Janice Roberts.
His accomplishments include completing three initial public offerings (IPOs), managing six financing rounds for privately held companies, managing and negotiating five acquisitions, and achieving sustained profitability for several established companies.
Investors from earlier financing rounds, including Horizon Ventures, J.
Orama is a merchant bank, which raises capital and supports Israeli high-tech companies with financing rounds of $10 million or more.
Prior to this round of institutional investment, WebED successfully developed a leading market position in the online K-12 professional development arena through a series of angel financing rounds amounting to nearly $5 million in funding.
The University Angels Follow-On Opportunity Fund I will make investments in subsequent financing rounds of select companies that receive funding through its network.
He continued, "It is essential in the day and age of aggressive VC's and incubators that student entrepreneurs use strategic seed funding sources to maximize the initial growth of their respective companies and subsequently, increase their valuation at later financing rounds.