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The market correction has come for Series A and seed startups

This is a link to the June 7th article on Pitchbook discussing the current change in valuations across seed and Series A funded companies. Here are two key quotes:

Over the last three to four years, the minimum for raising a Series A was about $1 million in annual recurring revenue. But that bar has now moved up to between $1.5 million and $2 million in ARR, Kim said.

One of our fund managers was looking at a seed round for a Mexican company, and they wanted to raise $4 million on like a $25 million [pre-money] valuation, Kim said. Realistically, that will probably happen at a $12 million [pre-money] valuation.

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