Venture Perspectives: Quarterly Review of Seed, Series A and Series B/Later Round Financings: Second Quarter 2012

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In This Issue:

- Activity Level of New England Seed Transactions

- Activity Level of New England Series A Transactions

- Activity Level of New England Series B/Later Round Transactions

- Size of New England Q2 2012 Seed Transactions by Industry

- Size of New England Q2 2012 Series A Transactions by Industry

- Size of New England Q2 2012 Series B/Later Round Transactions by Industry

- The Numbers

- Selected New England Seed Round Transactions

- Selected New England Series A Round Transactions

- Selected New England Series B/Later Round Transactions

- Terms of Selected New England Seed Rounds 2012

- Terms of Selected New England Series A Rounds 2011-2012

- Terms of Selected New England Series B/Later Rounds 2011-2012

- The National Activity Level Summary

- Excerpt from The Numbers: Activity Levels

During Q2 2012, the total number of New England Seed transactions increased 100% over Q1 2012 and decreased 11% from Q2 2011. The “other” sector represented 63% of the total Q2 2012 transactions and the technology sector accounted for the balance. There were no transactions in the life sciences or cleantech sectors.

Series A transactions during Q2 2012 increased 50% over Q1 2012 and decreased 9% from Q2 2011. The technology sector showed the strongest performance, accounting for 52% of the Q2 2012 total. The life sciences, cleantech and “other” sectors represented 19%, 5% and 24%, respectively, of the Q2 2012 total. In contrast, the technology, life sciences cleantech and “other” sectors represented 14%, 43%, 21% and 21%, respectively, of the Q1 2012 total and 52%, 35%, 0% and 13%, respectively, of the Q2 2011 total.

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