Pitchbook and the US NVCA have recently published their latest Venture Monitor report.
It’s the first such report posted after the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic. However, its impact is fully visible because most deals were already underway when the health crisis started.
We will post an update when the Q2 2020 report is out.
📥 You can download the full report by clicking on the link below.
In the meantime, here are noticeable trends in this analysis:
– There is a lot of dry powder, i.e., money that needs to be invested, in Venture Capital (over $100 billion)
– Cash deployed mostly went to portfolio companies, and new deals tended to favor startups with resilient or counter-cyclical business models
– Valuations are bound to move down in coming months
– The IPO market has vanished, and M&A deals may follow suit before they rebound to take advantage of market opportunities
What are the major trends you are observing at the moment?
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