In the opening three months of 2018, U.S.-based startups raised $33 billion dollars through venture capitalists, a new record for quarterly fundraising. This was a noticeable increase from the $28.6 billion in volume generated last quarter.
Furthermore, the year-to-date venture volume was up almost 19% compared to this time last year. This also marks the most U.S.-based venture funding that has ever been recorded.
Not only does the firm invest in early-stage companies, but it also supports startups.
Ernst Young US provides mentorship and guidance to startups and companies. In addition, Ernst Young provides financial and administrative support to these companies. In addition, it provides expert help with things like system management and direction for new businesses.
Unlike a typical bank or lender, private investors offer funding by investing their own resources into a business, particularly in its early stages. They help administer systems and give mentorship to start-ups.
Private investors are not only willing to invest money into a business, but they are also open to supporting other areas of the company. Tech-related startups may be all the rage, but media and wellness companies are giving them a run for their money. In the first three months of 2018, more money went into venture deals for tech, media, and wellbeing than any other quarter in history.
If you’re thinking of investing in a startup, now would be an opportune time — venture capital raise increased by almost 26% in the US during Q1 2018. The start-up companies’ percentage has exploded, increasing by a massive 19 percent. This venture capital is for seed and early-stage organizations with a history of working locally.
U.S.-based venture capitalists fund-raised a record $33 billion in the first three months of 2018. There was a 19% increase in early-stage ventures from the previous year, with 58 to 86 ventures.
In the US, VCs managed to raise $33 billion during Q1 of 2018, which is a rise of nearly 26% from 2017. This past year, 28 more early-stage ventures opened up, and the worth of all these businesses went up by 19 percent. The Ernst Young US venture fund is one of the most active in the country and focuses on seed-stage companies that have not yet begun operations.