Carta’s quarterly State of Private Markets report looks at the industry landscape and how companies can respond to shifting trends in the present environment- and prepare their organization for what comes next.
The investment highs of 2021 have given way to tightened purses across the private market. Recent data shows declines in deal activity and valuations alike over the course of 2022, with the trend continuing into Q4. Despite this, startup funding still remains high compared to pre-pandemic levels. How can organizations plan for a reduction in cashflow in 2023, and are there ways to do more with less ahead of a potential global recession?
Join us for State of Private Markets: Venture Deal Slowdown on December 14th, where our expert panelists will discuss:
- Q3 deals and why Series C+ startups are seeing less cash raised
- The venture slowdown and its impact on seed stage orgs
- Companies repricing record amounts of stock option grants
Q&A: The event will conclude with a Q&A session with our expert panelists to get your questions answered live.
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