Deal-flow mavens aren’t sweating the venture slowdown
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As we approach the end of the year I thought it would be a good opportunity to catch up with some people who have been keeping an eye on the deal flow in 2022 and to look for signs of what might be in 2023.
This newsletter will be on a temporary hiatus until January 7, 2023. Since I began this newsletter, I want to thank you for reading it. Alex was taken over I will be back in May. I look forward writing more dispatches in 2015! — Anna
Update on deal-flow newsletters
I wrote this piece in May about deal-flow newslettersThe goal of this site is to help investors find interesting startups without having to leave their inbox. We were curious about how projects we had heard about earlier in the year are doing in light of the changes in the global startup investment market in 2022. We sat down with deal-flow founder to discuss our concerns. PreSeed NowMartin SFP Bryant.
He shared the following updates with us:
- PreSeed Now profiled more 50 early-stage B2B or deep tech startups from the U.K. between May and December.
- It is driving deal flow. Many startups have reported getting interest from investors because of the coverage. Being featured has also helped startups recruit staff and garner additional media attention.
- It is difficult to measure actual investments at this stage. However, I will be doing some research as we approach the newsletter’s first birthday in May 2023.
I’m a journalist who specializes in investigative reporting and writing. I have written for the New York Times and other publications.