The startup bubble was a notion that has been largely renowned in the tech space. However, very little is known of the genesis and source of any startup venture. The various venture capitalist funding was crucial to the understanding and funding of the tech bubble boom. The largest amount of venture capitalist funding across the world largely emerged out the United States of America.
American venture capitalism has essentially funded the big bubble boom. However, in recent times, the venture capital funding in the United States of America and abroad seems to be drastically receding. In many cases, financial analysts and skeptics suggest that the undue and unnecessary spending by venture capitalists into startups in order to be part of a new movement added to a slow growth rate.
Many critics claim that there wasn’t a fair assessment done by the venture capitalist funding in the startups. Many figures add credence to this fact. Many times, venture capitalist funding that has generally relied on established organizations has stood to gain much more than startups. In the case of established organizations, venture capitalist funding has made back their money with high returns.
Proponents of venture capitalist funding have proclaimed that many of the startups that are established organizations are all due to the high rate investment of venture funding. In the second quarter of this year however, most of the funding has followed the common trajectory of low risks. In most part, analysts also claim that it seems to be a risky market with uncertain geo-political scenarios that could also be scarring away venture capitalists all over the world.