Search for self-funded startups and more with the latest PitchBook Platform release
March 28, 2016
Our product team just pushed a release with a few improvements, making it so you can now search for self-funded startups, download fund IDs and see the relationship an angel investor has with another firm from the main search bar.
Scroll down to read about the updates and see where they’re located in the PitchBook Platform. As always, please contact your dedicated customer success manager at any time with any questions or product ideas—that’s where many of these changes come from!
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1. We added ‘Capitalization’ to the deal type column. Our official definition of capitalization is when the founders, owners or upper management of a company use their own money to provide the initial funding. You’ll see the capitalization deal type pop up in your search results when you screen for ‘Angel’ deal types as pictured below:
2. We’ve added the ‘Fund ID’ to our ‘Funds’ download template so you have a unique identifier for funds in addition to those for deals, contacts, companies, investor, service providers and limited partners. Example below of the ‘Funds’ download template:
3. Individual angel investors that are also associated with a VC firm or other entity will display that relationship when you look them up in the main search bar instead of only stating ‘Angel’ as they did before. Example below of Marc Andreessen: