The bull case for startups in the second half of 2022
Now that we’re halfway through the year, the mounting clouds for entrepreneurs not breaking into storms have not been cataclysmic for corporate fundraising around the world, and therefore for the health of businesses. startups.
There are still a number of reasons to be optimistic about U.S. employment growth, the value of software stocks is overdone, a number of companies are on track, and there’s essential capital in the market looking for a business opportunity. Are we prepared for the possible turnaround for startup companies in H2 2022?
According to PitchBook data, VentureBeat recently reported that venture capital investment slowed substantially in the second quarter of 2021. It is natural that investment would slow with the rise of venture capital available.
Be that as it may, a Harvard study showed that American venture capitalists alone are close to $120 billion greater this year than they were in 2020. That puts them on course to exceed the whopping $138.9 billion they raised last year by a long shot and eliminate the $85.4 billion raised the following year, which was an absolute record at the time.