Venture capital slowed down in the second quarter (but it is developing)

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Like a global the venture capital market is slowing down, it is also developing. In Q2 2022, global venture investment volumes declined, but at the heart of this slowdown is a retreat from super-late-stage deals that helped lift the value of venture capital deals to an all-time high last year.

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And we are seeing regional differences, which may indicate that some startup markets are better equipped to weather the continued decline in the total number of venture capital firms. Relying on new global and regional venture report by CB Insights, today we’re embarking on location-based changes to the VC game.


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Why start with a geographical view of the venture capital market rather than, say, stages? Or a business focus, such as fintech or enterprise software? Because we want to start at the highest level and then focus on groups of startups by maturity and niche. We’re a long way from “settling” in this new reality, which means the numbers are more fluid – and more surprising. Into the data!


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