World Getting Flatter, Silicon Valley Discovers

Schachter, Ken
June 2008
Red Herring;6/3/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the findings of a survey of venture capitalists worldwide released by Deloitte LLP and the National Venture Capital Association. The survey has found that while the U.S. retains the lead in each of six broad innovation categories, other countries are mounting strong challenges. Twenty-one percent of the 398 venture capitalists surveyed said Germany had the best clean technology versus 56 percent for the U.S. The survey has also revealed that 57 percent of venture capitalists are investing in foreign markets.


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