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Halo Report - Q3 2012 - Angel Investment Data
The Halo Report issued by Silicon Valley Bank, CB Insights and the Angel Resource Institute for Q3 2012 sees angel investment deal sizes, investments in mobile companies climb while valuations dip and syndications decline.
Tech IPO Pipeline Report
The Tech IPO Pipeline Report highlights trends observed among the 472 private technology companies with valuations over $100 million which are backed by venture capital or private equity investors.
Angel Investment Activity Report - Q1 2012 HALO Report
Angel investment activity is detailed in the Q1 2012 Halo Report issued by CB Insights, Silicon Valley Bank and the Angel Resource Institute.
Q1 2012 Venture Capital Report
Q1 2012 Venture capital activity registered $5.9 billion invested in 785 companies.
Angel Investment Data - 2011 HALO Report
The 2011 HALO Report provides a view into the data and trends underlying angel investment in the United States. The report has been compiled by Silicon Valley Bank, the Angel Research Institute and CB Insights.
Venture Capital Report - Q4 2011
Venture capitalists invested $7.6 billion in 755 companies in Q4 2011. Q4’s performance brought 2011’s total to $30.6B invested in 3051 deals which marked a 10-year high for the VC asset class on both deals and dollars.
Quarterly Venture Capital Report - Q3 2011
Q3 2011's quarterly venture capital totals came in at $7.9B invested in 790 deals as VCs shrugged off economic uncertainties. 2011 might be a record year?
Group Buying Acquisition & Valuation Report
The CB Insights Daily Deal / Group Buying Industry Report constitutes the Daily Deal industry's most detailed and comprehensive report on M&A transactions, M&A valuation multiples, deal terms and investment funding trends. Beyond the deal data and valuation multiples, it provides details on all 72 companies acquired, the 31 acquiring companies, the 160 investors, the companies rumored to be entering the daily deal space and 61 daily deal companies that acquirers may want to take a look at.
Quarterly Venture Capital Report - Q2 2011 - CB Insights
Quarterly venture capital in Q2 2011 totaled $7.6B over 768 deals. Clean tech faltered as did early stage activity across sectors. . The big 3 states of California, Massachusetts and New York took a greater share of venture capital dollars and deals.
Quarterly Venture Capital Report - Q1 2011
Quarterly venture capital report by CB Insights shows that Q1 2011 registered $7.5B of venture capital funding invested in 738 deals. Venture capital investing approaching pre-recessionary levels.
Quarterly Venture Capital Report - Q4 2010
Venture capital activity in Q4 2010 reached an eight quarter high for deals and dollars hitting $6.5B over 735 deals. Q4 2010’s venture capital stats have something for everyone. For those of you looking for a data point that suggests VC is back and on the road to recovery after 2009’s tough sledding, the eight quarter high on deals and dollars gives you something to hang your hat on. For those of you who think VC is overheated and we’re headed for a bubble, the eight quarter high on deals and dollars gives you something to hang your hat on. Yes – it’s all a matter of perspective.
Quarterly Venture Capital Report - Q3 2010 by CB Insights
At $5.4B of venture capital funding over 715 deals, Q3 2010 was a mixed bag. A superficial examination of the funding total through a “glass half empty” lens will suggest that venture capital remains in the doldrums given the quarter’s fairly anemic funding levels. The other take on the data would suggest optimism given the quarter’s dealflow strength. If we had to choose, we’d opt for optimism. The quarter’s funding was most impacted by a relative absence of VC mega-deals, i.e., deals over $100 million which typically serve to drive the funding total up. The primary reason for optimism is the quarter’s deal strength indicating venture investors are opening their proverbial wallets. The emergence of seed VC deals across a variety of sectors, not just internet, also indicate a healthy early-stage investment environment.
Gender and Education Demographics: Venture Capital Human Capital
Part 2 of our Venture Capital Human Capital report (begins on page 23) dives into the gender and education demographics of founders of venture capital backed internet companies from January to June 2010. The report helps answer questions such as: 1. What percentage of VC-backed company founders are female? 2. Do MBAs receive more funding than those with science degrees? 3. What are the top undergraduate and graduate schools for founders? 4. Do teams with PhDs receive more money than teams with just founders with an undergraduate education? 5. Does California, Massachusetts or NY fund more women?
Venture Capital Human Capital Report (Part 1)
The Venture Capital Human Capital report by CB Insights explores the people behind VC-backed companies specifically looking at the following demographic and other characteristics of these companies including the race of founders and the racial composition of founding teams, the age and experience of founding teams and the number of founders per VC-backed companies. The report, the first of its kind, exploring data about the human capital receiving venture capital covers the January to June 2010 timeframe and focuses on internet companies receiving their first round of institutional funding from venture capitalists.
CB Insights - Q1 2010 Venture Capital Activity Report
Q1 ‘10 saw $5.9B invested across 731 deals, and the quarter’s performance was a marked increase over the year ago quarter which saw $3.9B invested across 483 deals. As we talked about in our Q4 ’09 report, the psychology and sentiment of entrepreneurs and venture capital investors continues to improve, albeit cautiously. While $5.9B remains far below quarterly levels seen before the ’08-’09 recession, there is some belief that the VC asset class has perhaps reset at a lower but ultimately more sustainable and healthier level. On a sequential basis, the news was generally good. There was strong growth in the number of deals as they grew from 687 to 731. On a dollars invested basis, the quarter was up versus Q4 ‘09 primarily on the back of some large Green deals which, given the large checks they garner, can always move the aggregate numbers significantly.
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