There's an absolute mountain of money frozen in startups today, and with the pressure ticking higher every day for it to melt and become liquid cash, something is bound to break.
Hopes that it would become easier for startups to raise capital in 2023 were left unmet as the year ended. The Exchange explores startups, markets and money. Read it every morning on TechCrunch+ or ge
A recent report from Pitchbook shows that 'mega-deals' could be inflating AI startup funding totals, giving a misleading picture of the sector's health.
The last quarter in venture capital was quite gloomy. Even AI didn't change the picture that much, but its impact is starting to show in other ways.
European venture capital data is down sharply from prior highs in the third quarter, but there’s enough bullish material inside the data that the European startup scene has quite a lot going for it.
This week, Equity was joined by Gené Teare, a well-known analyst of the global venture capital market from Crunchbase and Crunchbase News.
The TechCrunch+ team has charted the most important VC data we've seen thus far in Q3 to help you better understand where global startup investing really is today.
Venture deal volume has fallen every quarter since Q2 2022 across the world, and the trend shows no signs of reversing.
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Hello, and welcome back to Equity, the podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. So, what happened in venture capital during Q2 2023? A lot,
The U.S. VC market has seemingly found a new normal: the number of deals and amount of dollars invested in startups so far this year is stabilizing.
The situation will not resolve over night, but a few more big exits could go a long way to brighten up 2023.
There are very few ways to raise nine figures of equity capital.
The start of a new season is always a good time to revisit past predictions and look for new topics to track. Today, dry powder and university spinouts.
Until the IPO window reopens — or until unicorns are willing to be dehorned on the way out — there is little reason to hope that exit activity will perk up.
The numbers aren't great, sure, but they're also not quite as bad as we feared heading into 2023 last year.
Hello, and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. This is our Wednesday show, where we niche down to a single pe
We’re looking at Europe's Q1 2023 venture capital tallies and considering the three largest venture markets in the region: the U.K., Germany and France.
PitchBook data shows how far venture activity has fallen from year-ago totals and just how brutal the venture capital market appears for late-stage startups.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, the podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. This is Alex and we are here to do our Monday show, a kicko