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Looking to close a series A? This comprehensive Y Combinator guide can help

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It also goes into the theory, strategy, and tactics founders need over the course of a fundraise.Y Combinator — which has backed tech giants including Stripe, Airbnb, and Dropbox — has been publishing series A-related content over the past two years in a bid to help entrepreneurs.In January last year, the accelerator published a series A term sheet to help entrepreneurs get a sense of “standard and clean terms from a good Silicon Valley VC” — a favorable move for founders seeking greater transparency in the venture capital world.A series A round is typically the first significant round of venture capital funding closed by a startup company.The name refers to a class of share which is sold to investors in exchange for their backing.[Read: Your first step to raising €1M: Fewer investors and bigger sums]The funding amount raised is typically bigger than a seed round as companies will already have a minimum viable product (MVP).Have you successfully raised a series A?

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