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Funding For Early Startups Has Improved, Angellist Data Shows

by businessinsider.com posted 3weeks ago 39 views
Summary List Placement  Since March 11, some 565 startups have laid off about 79,000 employees, according to Layoff.fyi, as the pandemic crushed the economy and venture capital grew tight. But about a month ago, the startup community walked into the light after the tunnel, according to new data on early-stage funding on the AngelList platform, one of the primary sources where thousands of startups obtain angel/pre-seed, seed and Series A rounds. While some startups are still struggling and laying people off, venture funding has begun to flow in earnest again, which will allow more new companies to launch and flourish.

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