What Is Venture Capital and How Does It Work?
What is venture capital?
Venture capital (VC) is a type of private equity where investments lean towards start-ups or businesses with long-term growth potential.
Venture capital investors could be angel investors, investment banks, or other financial institutions.
Venture capital gives investors equity ranging from 25% to as high as 50%.
The potential of a high ROI drives the decision to invest, even as it can be risky.
How does it work?
Equity is created and sold to a limited number of investors through partnerships created by venture capital firms. As opposed to private equity, venture capital primarily focuses on nascent, rapidly expanding businesses.
Trends in Q2 2022
Five key trends from Q2 2022 Pitchbook’s -NVCA Venture Monitor show that:
Capital investment tempers in Q2 as caution enters VC
Seed valuations remain high
The VC market remains founder friendly.
Billion-dollar funds post record year.
Despite the slowdown, non-traditional investor participation is still high.
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