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Total Raised

$4.75M

Investors Count

2

Deal Terms

1

Funding, Valuation & Revenue

1 Fundings

DGP Labs has raised $4.75M over 1 rounds.

DGP Labs's latest funding round was a Series A for $4.75M on November 13, 2007.

DGP Labs's latest post-money valuation is from November 2007.

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Revenue

Sources

11/13/2007

Series A

$4.75M

$99M

0

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Date

11/13/2007

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Series A

Amount

$4.75M

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Valuation

$99M

Revenue

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DGP Labs Deal Terms

1 Deal Term

DGP Labs's deal structure is available for 1 funding round, including their Series A from November 13, 2007.

Round

Series A

Funding Date

$99M

Pre-Money Valuation

Post-Money Valuation

Amount Raised

$99M

Shares Authorized

Issuance Price

$99M

Dividend Rate

$99M

Liquidation Preferences

$99M

Liquidation Price

Participation

Conversion Price

Anti Dilution

$99M

General Voting

$99M

Board Voting

$99M

Par Value

Round

Funding Date

Pre-Money Valuation

Post-Money Valuation

Amount Raised

Shares Authorized

Issuance Price

Dividend Rate

Liquidation Preferences

Liquidation Price

Participation

Conversion Price

Anti Dilution

General Voting

Board Voting

Par Value

Series A

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

DGP Labs Investors

2 Investors

DGP Labs has 2 investors. Bessemer Venture Partners invested in DGP Labs's Series A funding round.

First funding

Last Funding

Investor

Rounds

Board Seats

Type

Location

11/13/2007

11/13/2007

1
Series A

Venture Capital

California

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Venture Capital

Massachusetts

First funding

11/13/2007

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Last Funding

11/13/2007

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Investor

General Catalyst

Rounds

1
Series A

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