US Startups Expect Business Conditions to Improve Despite Increased Uncertainty

COMPANY NEWS | February 20, 2019

Silicon Valley Bank releases 10th annual Startup Outlook report series based on nearly 1,400 survey responses from technology and healthcare executives in major innovation hubs

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US entrepreneurs are confident about 2019, focusing on raising capital and hiring, but uncertainty is adding to challenges. Access to capital for many companies has been improving in the past two years. 

SVB’s second quarter report covers an innovation economy reaching new heights with increased participation from both traditional and emerging investors.

Last year saw new records for venture fundraising and investment in life science and healthcare. Download our annual report to read our analysis plus our outlook for 2019.
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