Looks like that big fundraising round that Uber CEO Travis Kalanick leaked in July has finally come to fruition.
No total amount raised was provided, but the number can be calculated based on information provided in the document, including how many shares were sold to each investor and at what price.
Uber sold 1,913,782 shares of C-1 stock, worth $142.54 each. The company also sold 775,092 shares of C-2 stock, worth $114.032 each. That means that the C-1 stock was worth $272,790,486.28, while the C-2 shares were worth $88,385,290.944.
Add those together and you get 2,688,874 shares sold for a total of $361.2 million.
The investors in the round included TPG and Benchmark, with TPG buying 775,092 shares of the Series C-2 shares for an investment of just under $90 million, while Benchmark bought 105,234 shares of Series C-1 preferred shares, for an investment of a little over $15 million.
If you are doing the math, that leaves an additional 1.8 million C-1 shares that are unaccounted for. These share were apparently scooped up by Google Ventures, according to AllThingsD. That would give Google Ventures an investment of $257.79 million.
Google is not named in the document. VatorNews has reached out to Google Ventures for comment and we will update if we hear more.
A report from late July stated that the fundraising round could wind up with Uber being valued at $3.5 billion. This is partially due to Uber's projected 2013 revenue, which is reportedly on track to be around $125 million, much higher than expected.
Facing heavy competition, especially from ride-sharing services like Lyft, this round will reaffirm Uber's position in the online car services space. Despite being one of the more well known car services out there, Uber had actually fallen behind other companies, like Lyft, in terms of fund raising.
\While Uber had previously raised around $57 million; ride-sharing Lyft surpassed that in a single round when it raised $60 million from Andreessen Horowitz in May, bringing its total raised to $82.5 million.
E-hailing service Hailo is also not far behind, having raised over $50 million, including a $30 million Series B round at a $140 million valuation, led by Union Square Ventures, in December.
Founded in 2010, Uber, which has operations in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, the Hamptons, London, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Paris, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Sydney, Toronto and Washington D.C., has also been looking to new markets, specifically those in Asia.
An Uber spokesperson had no comment on the funding report.
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