- Raising millions, even billions, of dollars in funding is no small feat.
- Insider spoke with startup founders to learn the steps they took after raising capital and why.
- They hired new team members, purchased software, or invested in product, marketing, and design.
In a 2018 article, The New York Times detailed how startups raising $100 million or more from investors, in what’s known as a “megaround” in Silicon Valley, used to be rare but have recently become relatively common. In fact, according to data from PricewaterhouseCoopers and CB Insights, global venture-capital funding reached $207 billion in 2018.
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