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CreaTech

Investors press pause on CreaTech sector, but signs suggest this is temporary

updated
February 27, 2021
Published on:
November 23, 2020
February 23, 2021

The Q3 figures for the overall growth capital market illustrated a 28% quarter-on-quarter increase in the number of deals completing and a 26% increase in the amount of growth capital being raised. The CreaTech sector did not keep pace with this general increase in activity and actually experienced a 28% quarter-on-quarter decline in the number of deals completing.

We are however optimistic of a much stronger Q4 and start to 2021 with early signs showing that activity has picked up significantly post-summer.

View the report from Moore Kingston Smith.

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