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【英文】2019Q2全球风险投资报告MoneyTree Report(64P)

英文研究报告 2019-09-12 12 管理员

At the 2019 halfway point, US VC funding shows no signs  of slowing: At the end of Q2, US VC funding was at $55B,  well above the mid-point for 2018 ($48B), which ultimately  saw a near-record $116B raised (compared to the record $120B in 2000).  $100M mega-rounds drive funding higher: Driving the trend toward bigger deals, US companies raised a record quarterly number of $100M+ VC rounds in Q2, with 64  mega-rounds accounting for nearly half of all funding  raised.  Seed rounds fluctuate to lowest activity in six years: After  rebounding last quarter, Seed activity dropped below levels  last seen in Q1’14.  US produces 19 new unicorns: 19 US VC-backed companies saw their valuations rise to $1B+, nearing the record set in  Q4’18 of 22 new unicorns.  Q2 2019 funding across North America, Asia, and Europe remains relatively flat. North America, Asia, and Europe combined funding hits  $53B: Total annual VC funding decreased by 2% from Q1  2019 totals. Deal activity increased by 2%, to 3,474  transactions.

Asia deal activity retreats behind North America: While Asia  came close to surpassing North America’s deal activity in Q3  2018, the region’s deal activity has since declined by 24%  from Q3’18 to Q2’19.  San Francisco Bay Area deal activity rebounds: After 3  consecutive quarters of decline, deal activity increased 17% to  438 transactions in Q2 2019. After record quarterly funding of  $25B in Q3 2018, dollar funding has since stabilized to $13B. New York Metro sees slight decline in deal and dollar funding  activity: After deal activity rebounded by 29% in Q1 2019, it  declined by 8% in Q2 2019 to 212 transactions. Similarly,  dollar funding declined by 9% in Q2 2019.

【英文】2019Q2全球风险投资报告MoneyTree  Report(64P)

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