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What Is The VC Funded Companies Filter And How To Use It To Narrow Your Results

It’s simple - clicking the VC Funded Companies tile on the Home Page launches the Company Finder to show you only the companies who have received some form of VC funding – but it doesn’t stop there!

There are two other steps to help you further refine your results. 

Sure, we want to know if they have collected VC funding, but maybe we also want to know exactly when they received it. 

Step One:

Use the Funding filter drop-down to select the period within which the company last received funding. For example, 12 to 24 months. You can also select or deselect all.

The type of funding a company has received is a great way to see where that company is in its life cycle, which can be especially significant when researching Startups. The funding types let you select any or all types of funding: Pre Seed, Seed, Series A, B, C, D, Post IPO, or Other.

Step Two:

Now that you’ve whittled down your results based on timeline & type of VC funding, you can open the company’s main profile to see its full VC funding activity – the total number of funding rounds, the total dollar amount of funding, lead investors. This is also where you’ll find any information on acquisitions that the company has made, if available.

Feeling venture-some? You can always access more VC funding information by accessing a company’s CrunchBase profile. Not only can you see the other investors that were involved in a given round (not just the Lead Investor), you can also explore other VC activities those investors have been involved in. If another company is also on that investor’s radar, maybe it should be on yours, too!

In the meantime, if you have any issues, reach out to us by using the live chat feature or emailing support@gazelle.ai.

Happy Gazelle-ing!

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