While the percentage of accelerated to non-accelerated deals varies across the regions and countries of the Emerging Venture Markets (EVM), accelerators still play an essential role in promoting innovation through different programs. The evolution of deals between 2018 and 2022 YTD reveals that 1,003 of the total deals in the EVM region were accelerated. In a more detailed view, 2018 saw 24.5% of its total deals accelerated. 23.3% of the total deals in 2019 were accelerated. The share inched down to 17.0% in 2020, a decline mainly driven by the pandemic back then. In 2021, the share of accelerated deals stood at 12.0% before going back to improve to 14.6% in YTD 2022.
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Accelerator Activity Venture Investment Research Brief - Key Highlights
What’s In The Brief?
The Research Brief provides an overview of the Accelerator Activity in the VC market between 2018 and 2022 encompassing analytical insights of the development of the activity among regions, countries and sectors, in addition to the evolution of ticket sizes and funding stages.
Who will benefit from the report?
This report is ideal for investors tracking startup activity, consultants looking to identify technology innovation trends, as well as government entities searching for investments.
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*This report aggregates and analyzes tech startup investments across the Middle East, Africa, Pakistan and Turkey.