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Silicon Alley Closes 2015 On Top In A Boom Year For Startups

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For three out of four quarters in 2015, New York City’s tech ecosystem has led with more startup funding requests than any other region in the country, including California’s long reigning Silicon Valley. After a dip in Q3, New York rebounded in Q4 claiming nearly 20% of every funding application around the country. California ranked second with 17.8% of total applications, while Florida produced a healthy 13.3%. New to the top 10 states in Q4 are Georgia, which saw a 251% increase in applications over the previous quarter, and the nation’s capital region, with Virginia claiming 3.4% and Washington DC claiming 2.3%. Overall, 2015 closed out strong with a 21% jump in total funding applications over the previous quarter and a 61% increase compared to Q4 2014.

Over the last year Silicon Alley has had the benefit of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Digital.NYC platform, a centralized online hub tying together the entirety of New York City’s tech ecosystem, providing visitors with the information and resources that can help turn ideas into businesses. The City’s digital ecosystem supports more than 300,000 tech jobs and an additional 250,000 supporting jobs. By the first year anniversary of the hub in October, more than 1 million visits had been tracked from more than 785,000 unique visitors. Digital.NYC was credited by Accenture as a key reason for ranking New York City as the world’s #1 innovation region. New York City’s hub has since served as a model for Boston with Starthub, and across the pond with Tech.London.

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Despite a more than 20%  growth in startup funding applications over the first quarter, on the international level the United States reported for the first time just slightly less than 50% of total global funding applications, down from 58.9% in Q3 and 62.5% in Q2 2015. The top players continue to grow at a rapid rate, with India’s startup growth jumping 70% for a global share of 11.6%, and France jumping 94% for a global share of 4.9%. The top 5 remained the same, with Canada and Brazil coming in fourth and fifth place with 4.4% and 3.8% respectively. However, new to the top 10 and a first appearance for 2015 was Russia, with 2% of total funding applications. Spain also returned to the top 10 since Q2, doubling its percentage to 2.4% compared to the beginning of the year. The UK at 3.5%, Ukraine at 3.5%, and Australia at 1.7%, rounded out the rest of the top 10 countries.

Applications from companies already generating revenue spiked this quarter with a 40% increase after a sharp decline in Q3. Additionally, for the first time this year, funding applications from startups that are Full Product Ready beat out those In Development to claim the top spot at 44.7%. Consumer Product & Services and Internet Web Services remained the two most active industries for startups across the globe. Business Products & Services, which was nowhere to be found among the top 10 in Q3, broke into the top 5 with 7.8% of total funding applications.  Entertainment and Healthcare startups maintained a healthy presence in the top 5 with 9.9% and 8.2% respectively.

The growth in funding applications year over year points to a promising 2016 for the global early-stage ecosystem. As more startups and angel investors connect through an increasing number of funding and collaboration platforms, we can expect to see a continued increase in total funding applications.

This post originally appeared in Forbes.

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This year has shaken up venture capital, turning a hot early start to 2020 into a glacial period permeated with fear during the early days of COVID-19. That ice quickly melted as venture capitalists discovered that demand for software and other services that startups provide was accelerating, pushing many young tech companies back into growth mode, and investors back into the check-writing arena.

Boston has been an exemplar of the trend, with early pandemic caution dissolving into rapid-fire dealmaking as summer rolled into fall.

We collated new data that underscores the trend, showing that Boston’s third quarter looks very solid compared to its peer groups, and leads greater New England’s share of American venture capital higher during the three-month period.

For our October look at Boston and its startup scene, let’s get into the data and then understand how a new cohort of founders is cropping up among the city’s educational network.

A strong Q3, a strong 2020

Boston’s third quarter was strong, effectively matching the capital raised in New York City during the three-month period. As we head into the fourth quarter, it appears that the silver medal in American startup ecosystems is up for grabs based on what happens in Q4.

Boston could start 2021 as the number-two place to raise venture capital in the country. Or New York City could pip it at the finish line. Let’s check the numbers.

According to PitchBook data shared with TechCrunch, the metro Boston area raised $4.34 billion in venture capital during the third quarter. New York City and its metro area managed $4.45 billion during the same time period, an effective tie. Los Angeles and its own metro area managed just $3.90 billion.

In 2020 the numbers tilt in Boston’s favor, with the city and surrounding area collecting $12.83 billion in venture capital. New York City came in second through Q3, with $12.30 billion in venture capital. Los Angeles was a distant third at $8.66 billion for the year through Q3.

Source: https://techcrunch.com/2020/10/23/boston-startups-expand-regions-venture-capital-footprint/

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Key Microsoft dealmaker jumps to EQT
Swedish private equity giant EQT has hired seasoned tech dealmaker Marc Brown as a partner and head of its new growth unit, the latest sign of the firm’s ambitions for diversification in the wake of its initial public offering last year.

Brown was previously a vice president of corporate development at Microsoft, where he led more than 185 acquisitions for the tech colossus, including its $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn in 2016 and its $7.5 billion takeover of GitHub in 2018. More recently, Brown was involved in Microsoft’s ill-fated negotiations to acquire TikTok‘s US assets, according to Bloomberg.

EQT and some of the other biggest private equity firms in the world continue to display a building interest in both venture investments and tech deals, chasing the sorts of superior returns that earlier-stage investments can produce. In another notable recent hire, in August, Blackstone brought on Christine Feng as a senior managing director focused on tech investments; Feng had previously been a senior executive at Amazon focused on M&A.

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Conoco expands shale footprint with $9.7B Concho deal
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ConocoPhillips has agreed to purchase fellow oil and gas company Concho Resources in an all-stock deal that values Concho at $9.7 billion and would create a combined entity with an enterprise value of about $60 billion. Investors will receive 1.46 Conoco shares for each Concho share, representing a 15% premium to Concho’s closing stock price on Oct. 13.

The deal expands Houston-based Conoco’s footprint in the Permian Basin and would result in the production of more than 1.5 million barrels of oil equivalent per day. The combination would also represent the largest US oil deal since the pandemic began affecting the energy markets, and would create the largest independent oil company in the country, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Conoco’s planned acquisition of Concho follows a string of energy company consolidations amid low oil prices and weak demand. Chevron closed a $5 billion all-stock deal for Noble Energy earlier this month. And, in late September, Devon Energy agreed to buy WPX Energy for a price tag of $2.6 billion.

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