The maturity reaches the investment sector of the Comunitat although there is a lack of supply in the intermediate 'startups'.

The year 2021 has been a year in which investment has continued to accompany startups and the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the Valencian Community. Although investments did not increase as much as they did in 2020, when they rose by 200% compared to 2019, there have been more opportunities to boost firms through rounds. These data, coupled with the context of entrepreneurship, let us see in the Comunitat an investment landscape and emerging companies more mature and with more possibilities for funding, although it also reveals a gap in supply for startups in intermediate stages of growth.

These are some of the conclusions that were moved in the investment table of the second edition of the event Premios Plaza Emprendedores, which was held in Vila-real and moderated by Estefanía Pastor, editor-in-chief of Valencia Plaza. Marta Palomar, director of Órbita Investment Club; Javier Megías, director of Venture Capital at Fundación Innovación Bankinter; Marc Guasch, Investment Associate at Zubi Capital and Ezequiel Sánchez, Managing Partner of Binomio Ventures, participated in this debate. Among other key points, they reviewed 2021 in terms of investment, the health of this ecosystem and trends for funding.  

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