Wall Street Journal: Startup Funding Dwindles Due to Coronavirus Slowdown

By March 25, 2020April 3rd, 2020Featured, Highlights, In the News

In this Wall Street Journal article, our Partner Ruth Foxe Blader provides her investor insights in light of the recent global pandemic. In the article, Ruth shares her optimism “uncertainty, in addition to a total absence of face-to-face meetings, so critical to early stage investing will slow the pace of deployment. Nonetheless, there is also an unprecedented amount of capital committed to early stage investing globally, indicating that investment will pick up its pace, over time, as the dust settles, people leave quarantine and founders are able to articulate projects that address the new challenges of a changing world.” Read the full article here.