The Bridge Between Seed and Series A
Seed-stage investing has matured and become institutionalized over the past two decades. What ripple effects did that have on the rest of the venture industry? Several, it turns out. Compared to a decade ago, the data shows that seed-stage companies are older, the delay between seed and Series A rounds has become longer, and more equity is being acquired at the seed stage.
In conjunction with PitchBook, CSC Upshot Ventures has released The Bridge Between Seed and Series A. The report, which examines an understudied part of the market, looks at seed investing from multiple angles, including founders, Series A graduation rates, and more.
To download the report and learn more, click here.