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Here’s who accounted for over 60% of high-value VC investments in Q2 2021

Both nations attracted high-value VC investment deals worth over $100 million both in terms of volume and value

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Here’s who accounted for over 60% of high-value VC investments in Q2 2021. Source: unsplash.com

GlobalData has found that the US and China remained the preferred destinations for venture capital investors globally in Q2 2021.

In fact, the US and China collectively accounted for 66.2% and 61.8% of high-value VC investment deals volume and value during Q2, respectively.

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted VC investors to look at companies in areas with enhanced relevance. The US has several start-ups working in such areas, with China also eyeing up this space. The US outpaced its peers by a great margin, with the country’s VC funding activity far ahead compared to other regions. It was the only country to showcase triple-digit high-value VC investments deal volume. China was the only other country to register double-digit percentage share of high-value VC investments during Q2 2021rn
Aurojyoti Bose, Lead Analyst at GlobalData

The US accounted for 54.3% and 49.5% of high-value VC investments deal volume and value during Q2, followed by China’s corresponding shares which stood at 12% and 12.4%, respectively.

Besides, of the top 10 countries by high-value VC investment deals volume, 2 were headquartered in North America, 4 in Europe, 3 in Asia-Pacific, and 1 in the South and Central American region.

India occupied the 3rd position in terms of high-value VC investment deals volume, followed by Germany, the UK, Canada, France, Singapore, Sweden, and Brazil.

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