Karta reported a ‘sharp’ quarter-on-quarter dip in mid-series B prices
Starting with technology In the year By the end of 2021, stocks have started to rally again, and we hear that the correction will eventually trickle down to private startups.
Each quarter brought its share of answers to how the company’s capital was stagnant. Will it affect late offers first? yes. Will it ever reach the angel and seed stage? Probably not.
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It didn’t take long for a trend to emerge: Last quarter, we reported that the innovation slump was affecting fundraising for startups of every size and sector. And we noticed that the round sizes of the series A to C levels in the United States are declining.
Our conclusions are based on previous data from maps of Q1 2022 activity through our proprietary management platform. As such, it was a good proxy for overall investing in startups in the first three months of the year — and the trend was confirmed when the platform released a full summary of the analysis a few weeks later.