A Summary of MD+DI's Venture Capital Coverage

As the recent Ernst & Young Pulse of the Industry report points out, venture capital funding has become increasingly hard for many firms to find. As we pointed out back in August, venture capital funding was actually up in the second quarter of 2011 relative to the first quarter. A big portion of the funding, however, is going to firms that are close to an exit.

November 6, 2011

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A Summary of MD+DI's Venture Capital Coverage

cashAs the recent Ernst & Young Pulse of the Industry report points out, venture capital funding has become increasingly hard for many firms to find. As we pointed out back in August, venture capital funding was actually up in the second quarter of 2011 relative to the first quarter. A big portion of the funding, however, is going to firms that are close to an exit. Many startups are having a tough time finding cash and, as the aforementioned Pulse of the Industry report suggests, there are a lot of firms out there that only have enough a year's worth of funding or so. 

In any case, I noticed that MD+DI's list of venture capital firms that work in the medical device space has been getting a fair amount of interest on our site—without promotion on our part. I've included it (in bold), along with other venture capital coverage we have featured recently.

Brian Buntz

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