Start-Up Quarterly Statistics: Financings Continue Quarterly Declines Despite Big Venture Deals And IPOs
A review of biopharma start-up dealmaking and financing activity from July through September 2019, based on data from Strategic Transactions. Fundraising activity fell 23% from the second to the third quarter, but start-up M&A surged, led by Vertex's acquisition of Semma.
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