Turnaround: Start-ups in recovery mode; funding nearing pre-Covid levels

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October 15, 2020 7:30 AM

Start-ups seem to have recovered, with the pace of funding nearing the pre-Covid levels in the July-September quarter, led by seed and late-stage investments.

These firms managed to raise about $2.79 billion from investors in Q3, more than double the $1.33 billion they secured in Q2.

Start-ups seem to have recovered, with the pace of funding nearing the pre-Covid levels in the July-September quarter, led by seed and late-stage investments.

These firms managed to raise about $2.79 billion from investors in Q3, more than double the $1.33 billion they secured in Q2.

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