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Ernst & Young: US Venture Capitals Cross $64 Billion In the 1st Quarter

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As is believed by the people at Ernst & Young, the world works better when its financial growth is stable and inclusive. The company undoubtedly works without a break to enhance its services extensively, investing in new minds and innovation.

According to thorough research and proper use of their skills, Ernst & Young has determined the fateful fact that venture funding in the United States hit $64B in the first quarter(q1). They also appreciate the company of similar mindsets to purposefully utilize their intellects, skills, and adaption and help revolutionize the industry.

Venture funds basically refer to the funds invested by venture capitalists or people with a desire to own private equity stakes in new businesses and enterprises with potentially high growth rates. These funds are managed by special venture funding companies who provide the new businesses with the funds from the investors in exchange for the equity stake. These businesses usually have high growth rates, they are characteristical as chosen by the investors; although, in most cases, the risk for these investors is quite high.

Venture Funding is arguably the best funding source for up-and-coming businesses that are constantly popping up with new and innovative ideas. This process strongly lends support to new business ventures and unexplored ideas which would have been trampled on otherwise. Companies having enormous potential and revenue-generating power are getting a chance to grow with the help of venture capital funding. Without these companies, many of the products in our daily use would not have seen the light of the day. Thus, Venture funding is very important to ensure the growth of innovation and positive change.

The initial part of the year 2021 was an amazing time for startups and enterprises. Investors were probably very relieved to get news of various potential business ideas from the new-age entrepreneurs. With amazing new projects, these entrepreneurs managed to blow the minds of the investors who took seriously their part in the growth of innovation by investing in businesses left and right.

It was a great time indeed, which paid off and resulted in a record spike in the venture funding industry, which reached over $64B in just the 1st quarter. 

With business enterprises ranging from various food delivery companies to the very renowned SpaceX, investors and entrepreneurs were having a blast. 

As we must acknowledge, life during the pandemic has not been the best. Among deaths and illnesses, people had to find solace in something worth pleasure. These new business ventures were the exact thing to uplift our environment and spirits. While these young entrepreneurs were so busy cracking their skulls to extract new ideas, the media had made it a point to get everything on camera (or reels for that matter). 

According to Grabow, more than one fifty venture deals amounting to at least a million grand dollars were certified in the first quartile. 

Here are some of the facts that came up:

  • The largest deal was the $2 billion financing round for the autonomous vehicle startup Cruise in January, which was spearheaded by Microsoft as part of a strategic partnership with General Motors, Cruise’s main owner.
  • GoPuff, the famous digital convenience store, made about one and a quarter billion dollars in the market and was placed right after the above-mentioned Cruise deal
  • Databricks raised one billion dollars at the same time
  • Investing app Robinhood also raised about a billion dollars in the market
  • The biggest sub-billion-dollar round Elon Musk’s very renowned company SpaceX was the biggest sub-billion-dollar round, raising more than eight hundred million dollars in February
  • Stripe’s $600 million raise was also noted as among the highest deals of the quartile

Hence, from all these facts and details, we can surely conclude that startups and enterprises are no longer the subjects of unpleasant criticism they once used to be. In today’s changing world, extensive urbanization with a punch of unorthodox ideas polished with refinement is the shortest and most favorable road to success. It is a long way to go, in most cases, but not without long-lasting permanent positive effects. Venture capitals have proven time and again that the money so well guarded by the top class of society can come to great use if used smartly.

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