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Early Stage Investors Slow Down While StartUps Seek Funding

While not dormant there is a slowdown in the world of Seed and Series A investments. Early stage investors have slowed down pushing startups to seek funding elsewhere or simply fade.  Based on the numbers, investors invested $1.95 billion into early-stage startups across approximately 115 deals in the second quarter. In the third quarter we saw...
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Unicorns are killing off early Stage Investments

[tweet_box design="box_4"]Unicorns are killing the early stage market as well as putting a damper on the IPO market.  The number of private tech companies valued at $1 billion or more has increased so much this year that on average 1.3 so-called "unicorn" companies have been created every week in 2015. [/tweet_box] We hear all the talk...
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Unicorn’s Today are Simply Horses With A Horn Stapled To Their Heads

A unicorn used to be such an impressive and unique moniker.  today they are a dime a dozen and in no way unique.  These are companies that have a valuation of $1 billion and over.  CBInsights reported that  unicorn creation has surged so much this year that on average 1.3 so-called "unicorn" companies have been...
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