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The last year has brought unprecedented uncertainty to financial markets. But how has COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S. Presidential elections impacted private equity firms and venture capitalists? Surprisingly, the market for start-up funding has remained strong, with investors putting $76.4 billion toward start-ups during Q3 2020 — up 9% from Q3 2019. Additionally, $48.1 billion was put toward late-stage companies across 452 rounds during Q3.

This article from Crunchbase shares the key data points and explains why 2020 has been a strong year for start-up and late-stage funding rounds.

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This article was written by Crunchbase, an entity unrelated to HoyleCohen, LLC. The information herein is educational purposes and has been selected by HoyleCohen due to the timeliness of the subject matter. 

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