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Results from the VC & Founder COVID-19 Sentiment Survey, Part I

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NFX —an early-stage venture firm based in San Francisco— surveyed 286 seed-stage and Series A Founders and 114 VCs on April 3, 2020, to capture sentiment data during the COVID-19 crisis.

The VC & Founder Sentiment Survey is an ongoing initiative to track how early-stage Investors and Founders are reacting to the COVID-19 crisis. The goal is to provide a reference point to the community in the midst of one of the most unpredictable climates we’ve seen.

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Results from the VC & Founder COVID-19 Sentiment Survey, Part I

  1. 1. APRIL 3 2020 Part I
  2. 2. About NFX is an early-stage venture firm based in San Francisco that is transforming how true innovators are funded. As founders ourselves, we built 10 network effect companies with more than $10 billion in exits across multiple industries and geographies. We believe that creating something of true significance starts with seeing what others do not. www.nfx.com @nfx
  3. 3. Roadmap Part I - About the Survey Part II - Founder Survey Data Founder Sentiment | Company Changes | Fundraising Part III - VC Survey Data VC Sentiment | Strategic Changes | Startup Valuations Part IV - Historical Data, in partnership with Crunchbase ‘08 Downturn Recovery Timeline
  4. 4. Part I About the Survey
  5. 5. The VC & Founder Sentiment Survey is an ongoing initiative to monitor sentiment data and help shed light on how early stage Investors and Founders are reacting to the COVID-19 crisis. The goal is simply to provide a reference point to the community in the midst of one of the most unpredictable climates we will ever face. 5
  6. 6. 286 Seed-Stage & Series A Founders & 114 VCs provided their sentiment on important questions, such as: ● How long do Founders think it will be before the economy recovers? What about VCs? ● Are VCs really investing at the same pace? Has their investment strategy changed? ● Are Founders changing their fundraising plans? What do VCs recommend they do? ● What percentage of Founders have made layoffs? ● What is the impact on hiring? How many have implemented freezes? ● What are other Founders doing to cut expenses? ● What are the biggest concerns of the Founder community? And the VC community? 6
  7. 7. Part II - Founder Survey Data Founder Sentiment | Company Changes | Fundraising
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  13. 13. Part II - Founder Survey Data Founder Sentiment | Company Changes | Fundraising
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  20. 20. Part II - Founder Survey Data Founder Sentiment | Company Changes | Fundraising
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  23. 23. Part III - VC Survey Data VC Sentiment | Strategic Changes | Startup Valuations
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  26. 26. Part III - VC Survey Data VC Sentiment | Strategic Changes | Startup Valuations
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  32. 32. Part III - VC Survey Data VC Sentiment | Strategic Changes | Startup Valuations
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  37. 37. Part IV - Historical Data ‘08 Downturn Recovery Timeline
  38. 38. 2008 Downturn Recovery Timeline We partnered with Crunchbase to review funding patterns from seed to Series C through the last downturn to understand the impact of the 2008 financial crisis, and what we can learn for today. Startups are being guided by investors to plan for a two year runway to be able to survive this downturn. From Crunchbase data, we observe a funding reset that started in the fourth quarter of 2008. 2009 was the low point down by 36 percent year over year for seed through Series C funding amounts. 2010 grew year over year by 45 percent. It took two years for funding amounts to exceed 2007 and 2008 invested amounts. 38
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  40. 40. Fundraising Observations from the 2008 Downturn Funding counts for Series A through C cut back by 27 percent in 2009. Counts grew in 2010 and recovered in 2011 above 2008 funding counts. It is interesting to note that seed counts — not shown in the next slide — grew through this timeframe, as a newer institutional funding stage. 40
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  42. 42. NFX is an early-stage venture firm based in San Francisco that is transforming how true innovators are funded. As founders ourselves, we built 10 network effect companies with more than $10 billion in exits across multiple industries and geographies. We believe that creating something of true significance starts with seeing what others do not. www.nfx.com @nfx About

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