Later Stage Financing

Later Stage Financing defined: Later stage financing is the type of financing that is awarded to a start-up company by a venture capital firm when the company’s product or service becomes widely available. Financially, the company is generating strong revenues and likely has positive cash flow. It may or may not be profitable. Companies receiving later-stage financing may include spinouts of operating divisions of existing private companies.

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