Fundz Adds Series A Funding Guide, Series A Weekly Tracker & Other Free Resources

United States, Massachusetts, Braintree – 05-06-2019 ( — Fundz, the quickly growing startup database of all funded companies in the U.S., has recently added some free educational content and reports for anyone interested in learning more about Series A Funding and other funding rounds, as well as tracking Series A and overall funding trends in the U.S.


Series, A Funding, Series B Funding & More – The Ultimate Guide is a comprehensive overview defining the different funding rounds, along with related facts, trends & statistics. There is also a section on how to raise Series A Funding, along with links to other resources.


Series A Funding Trends is a weekly tracker of the current average Series A funding year to date & the total invested in startups year to date per SEC filings, excluding mergers & acquisition related fundings.


VC Funding News provides access to other tech funding related reports, as well as other recommended resources for startup and VC news.


About Fundz

Fundz ( is one of the fastest growing startup databases on the web today. Fundz consists exclusively of funded companies in the U.S., providing its customers real-time alerts on hundreds of new startup fundings every week, with searching by company, industry, location, funding amount & exporting to CSV. 

Fundz also provides contact information, including company phone number & emails when able to be verified. Fundz is often the first source to have this information for just funded companies. Having this information first means a compelling advantage for Fundz customers, since Harvard & Berkeley research has shown the first to salesperson encountered wins many more of the business opportunities.

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