Series A, B, C, D Funding refers to the rounds of funding at different levels with the aim of helong a startup secure funding throughout its operations lifecycle, beginning from ideation to when the company goes public (IPO). The funds may come in the form of cash and further investments In Series A, the company is focused on funding its growth and typically needs to raise funds ranging from $2-$15 million. In Series B, the company seeks expansion opportunities and could raise funds amounting from $7-$10 million. In Series C, the company may seek to acquire smaller startups and could be focusing on going public (IPO), which needs around $30-$100 million for funding. As for Series D, the funding to be raised depends on the goals not met in Series C.

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