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Efficient growth? No Problem, Say Booted Startups TechCrunch

Efficient growth? No Problem, Say Booted Startups TechCrunch

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Investors today want to see not only growth, but also a path to profitability – and it’s not always easy for venture capital-backed startups to suddenly change course. But their primed peers have a head start, according to a recent report. Let’s explore. — Anna

Cheaper growth

In 2021, alexander and I wondered aloud if startups avoid venture capital could have it all. The answer this year seems to be yes.

Indeed, the recent Capchase report Pulse of SaaS report contains an interesting finding: In 2022, seeded SaaS companies are doing better than VC-backed startups in many ways.

“Despite the war chest that VC-backed companies raised last year, seeded companies fare better than VC-backed companies on nearly every metric we analyzed,” wrote the SaaS-focused fintech.

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