2020 VC Landscape: Reviewing The First Six Months
Despite Global Disruption Due To COVID-19, Biopharma And Medtech Investors Remain Active
A steady flow of venture capital into the medical device industry continued in the first half of 2020 despite the novel coronavirus pandemic. While Biopharma companies secured more than $7.5bn in private financings between January and June.
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Private Company Edition: The allogeneic cell therapy developer founded by former Juno execs launched in January 2019 without disclosing its initial funding. Other recent venture capital mega-rounds include $192m for Orca, $170m for C4, $118m for Shattuck and $102m for GreenLight.
Private Company Edition: The Novo Holdings Repair Impact Fund wants to fund another round of antimicrobial resistance efforts. Also, Atlas Venture raised a new $400m fund, Everest closed a $310m series C round and Cognition received a $78.5m grant.
Private Company Edition: Atea and Phlow receive big money for big COVID-19 problems – treatments and manufacturing capacity. Also, Cowen raises a $493m fund and antifungal developer Amplyx increases series C round to $90m, among other recent VC deals.