STATION F and 60+ VC Funds team up to conduct a full study on the impact and opportunities of Covid-19 for startups

With Accel Partners, Balderton, Kima Ventures, Uncork Capital, Firstmark Capital and more


STATION F and 60+ international VC funds announced today that they are teaming up to conduct a worldwide study on the impact and opportunities of the Covid-19 crisis on startups. With the activity restarting progressively in the United States and in Europe after weeks of confinement, this study aims at making a full profile of the impact of the current crisis on the ecosystems and to better understand the way entrepreneurs faced the crisis.

In partnership with Axeleo Capital, Balderton, Dawn Capital, Founders Future, Hoxton Ventures, Inreach Ventures, Kima Ventures, OneRagTime, PROfounders Capital, Citizen Capital, Heartcore, Newfund, Yes VC, Isai, IdInvest, Uncork, Breega, Serena Capital, Crane VC, Fil Rouge, Adélie Capital, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Dynamo VC, NFQ Capital, TechNexus, Aster, Alven, Daphni, EQT Ventures, Frst, Accel, Korelya, Educapital, Kerala, Partech, Speedinvest, Expon Capital, Maersk Ventures Day One Capital, Future Shape LLC, 360 Capital, Kibo, Ventures, Playfair Capital, Future Tech Lab, XAnge, Cherry VC, FirstMinute Capital, Caphorn and FirstMark Capital this study conducted until May 22 will measure the impact for each sector on employment, fundraising, new products, ways of working since the beginning of the confinement and in the future and international development plans for startups. 

“Startup needs and reactions are so different to this crisis depending on their stage, location, industry and activity. With our 60+ VC partners, our goal is to better understand how entrepreneurs are facing this crisis, as well as the long term changes and opportunities it will bring about”, said Roxanne Varza, STATION F’s Director.

The full study is available starting now to all STATION F residents and VC partners until May 22. Results will be published at the beginning of June.

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