Mention "venture capital," and these are some of the Silicon Valley powerhouses that come to mind. But how large are the rounds these VCs and other big-name firms are participating in at the crucial Series A and B stages? And how valuable are the startups they're investing in?
We've used data from the PitchBook Platform to put together a visual representation comparing the median deal size and valuation of Series A and B rounds joined by 20 major VC firms so far this year:
For the sake of comparison, the VC firms in the chart above have a combined median Series A deal size of $9.9 million and a median valuation of $34.3 million. For Series B, the median deal size is $20 million and the mediation valuation is $87.9 million.
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