Venture capital fundraising hit a record-high last year. There were more deals, and more money poured into startups last year than at any other time in history. Now, the FT’s Richard Waters says the fundraising bonanza is over. On this week’s episode, we explore what that means for the future of startups.

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For further reading:

Venture capital’s silent crash: when the tech boom met reality

Klarna’s valuation crashes to under $7bn in tough funding round

Venture capital’s delayed rendezvous with reality


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