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Venture Round

In the context of venture capital financing, a venture round refers to the process and event of raising capital for a startup from venture capitalists. Each round represents a new infusion of capital into the company in exchange for equity. Rounds are often named with letters (like Series A, Series B, etc.).

The terms of each round, including the amount of capital raised, the equity given in return, and the valuation of the company, are typically negotiated between the company's owners and the investors. The capital raised in these rounds is often critical for the company to develop its product or service, scale its operations, and achieve its growth potential.

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