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Kiwi startups struggling for capital, but there are rays of hope

Australasian startups need to have global ambitions to attract venture capital and many have to re-locate overseas to reach bigger markets, says a new report.

Kiwi startups have relied on angel investors, but often this means that they sell too much equity to be attractive to VC funds.

The private capital markets of New Zealand and Australia have delivered lower returns than other developed economies, and the private equity market is on track for its slowest year for deal values since 2015.

These are insights from a new research report titled Private Capital Breakdown on Australia

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Lachlan Colquhoun Thu, 06 Jun 2024
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