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What is Gorgias's stock price?
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Gorgias Funding Rounds and IPO Valuation
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What is Gorgias funding to date?
Gorgias has raised $93.84MM with the following series: $5.56MM for Series Seed, $11.47MM for Series Seed-1, $30.53MM for Series Seed-2, $97.9MM for Series A, $330.82MM for Series B, $709.5MM for Series C
When was Gorgias founded?
Gorgias was founded in 2015.
Can you invest in Gorgias?
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Is Gorgias a publicly traded company?
Gorgias is a private company and not publicly traded.
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