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IID 2013 - Explosions in Seed Funding: New Paradigms
 

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  • Sharp rise in Angel – both #funds and activity82% of VC is early stageIncubator/accelerator capacity – 200 amongst top 20 accelerator
  • VelocityProgression %; Too few shut downs – failing fast enough?Valuation and value creationAre the stages serving the purpose? Recycling?
  • With 20% at series A, founds would typically be in 5-8% range at exit – how does one retain the interest of founders?

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  • 9718613800501001502002007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012VC Angel7EXPLOSION IN SEED FINANCING2006 2012483243Source: VentureIntelligence; Dow Jones VentureSourceVC INVESTORSANGEL FUNDS#OFACTIVEINVESTORSDEALVOLUMETOP 20ACCELERATORS &INCUBATORS200
  • DEAL PROGRESSIONANGELFINANCINGSEEDFINANCINGSHUTDOWN20%27%SERIES ANote: Based on survey of 5 seed investors (incubators, accelerators) and 4 angel investors1 Year +9%SHUTDOWN1.5 – 3 Years16%19% 28%1 CrVELOCITYVALUATION 7 Cr 20 Cr
  • 90%10%SEEDFOUNDER DILUTION IMPACT67%8%25%ANGEL20%20%10%25%6%19%SERIES AFounders Seed Investors Angels VCFounder 1Founder 2ESOPNote: Based on survey of 5 seed investors (incubators, accelerators) and 4 angel investors