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US Moneytree Report

In Q1 2017, investors deployed $13.9 billion to US VC-backed startup companies across 1,104 deals, up 15% in dollars and 2% in deals from Q4 2016. These figures represent a slight recovery from Q4 2016, where startup investment figures bottomed out as part of an ongoing retreat from the peaks of 2015. 

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Coming soon: The Healthcare Moneytree Report. 

 

 

 

The PwC MoneyTree website is home to the PwC/CB Insights quarterly MoneyTree Report. It contains historical trend data beginning with 1995, updates on the Venture Capital and high-growth startups ecosystem, and relevant insights from PwC’s emerging company services and venture capital tax, audit, and advisory experts. The PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree Report is the definitive source of information on venture capital investments in emerging companies. This study is a staple of the financial community, entrepreneurs, government policymakers and the business press worldwide.

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“We are starting to see a rise in VC investments after the lowest level of investing in the last two years, with later series deals supporting broad anticipation of increased exit activity. US megadeals rose to 17 during Q1, up from only 12 the previous quarter. While some of the larger financings included familiar late stage names, an unusual feature was that several hardware-focused startups received financings of more than $100M, including in areas such as the internet of things and autotech.”

Tom CiccolellaQ1 MoneyTree report

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