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Q2 2022 was exceptional for venture capital, leading to historic performance in the first half of 2022.
While the stock and crypto markets both experienced crashes, capital flowed into venture. New, emerging and established funds all broke fundraising goals and records.
Despite the influx of capital, many venture capitalists and accelerators feared a downturn and warned portfolio to conserve capital and cut costs in a “Downturn Panic.” This has lead to an increase in available talent for new startups, and excessive later stage valuations have seen large declines.
Entering Q3 of 2022, the interests rates have increased and the markets have stabilized. A number of VCs and LPs have already gone on holiday to avoid the tumultuous market conditions.
The venture capital ecosystem has been on a wild rollercoaster ride in Q2 of 2022. There have been more ups than downs, thankfully. I expect more steady growth without the volatility in Q3 and Q4 of 2022.Adeo Ressi, CEO of VC Lab
What do you think are the big trends for Q3?
Items with a ‘+‘ are positive, with a ‘~‘ are neutral and with a ‘–‘ are negative.
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