2020 has been an atypical year in many ways and this has been reflected in investments in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. The main conclusion is that despite the situation of global uncertainty due to the pandemic, the Spanish ecosystem "is in good health" because startups are attracting investor interest at earlier stages and, therefore, with greater risk assumed by the investor.
This lack of investor interest in the early stages (pre-seed and seed, i.e. up to one million euros) was one of the problems that characterised the Spanish ecosystem, said Javier Megías, director of the startup programme at the Bankinter Foundation, at the presentation of the report of the Observatory of Startups in Spain.
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