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Late Stage Venture Capital

Late stage venture capital are investments that occur after a venture-backed company has developed its product, proved that there is a market opportunity, has meaningful revenues and is close to having a potential exit (liquidity event) such as the sale of the company or an initial public offering. Late stage venture capital investments usually have less risk than early-stage venture capital investments.