To achieve our goal of creating more owners, while increasing transparency and liquidity between them, we’ve raised additional capital. In 2018, we raised $80 million dollars and closed our Series D, led by Meritech and Tribe Capital, with participation from existing investors. With this new capital, our investors now value Carta at $800 million.
Execute is a podcast documentary about the history of Carta and a blueprint for anyone who wants to build a startup. It covers the ups and downs of fundraising, the cultural challenges that result from scaling headcount, and the overall transition from a small, focused team into a legit, revenue-producing company.
When you are referring clients to a 409A valuation provider, you’re considering four main factors: speed, price, accurate FMV, and audit-readiness. Read more about the Carta 409A valuation guarantee.
Tracking the marketwide performance of US private companies and startups is difficult. Private companies are not required to disclose performance or valuation information to the public.
Carta hires valuations industry veterans Sushil Chacko, Bob Chung, and Candice Bassell to lead the Carta Valuations group.
As we move beyond the cap table market, we’ve changed our name to Carta. Carta is about creating more owners by mapping and expanding the ownership graph.
On August 31st we acquired the SVB Valuation business and team. This impacts both the former SVBA employees and customers.