In the first three quarters of this year, U.S. venture capitalists (VCs) invested around $59 billion in European startups. And European VCs aren’t worried about it — as long as their startup ecosystem keeps growing.
This has a lot of implications for startup investors in the U.S. and around the world.
But why the sudden interest in European startups? And where does this leave Silicon Valley startups?
In this episode of Startup Insider, Vin Narayanan and Andy Gordon discuss the low cost of capital, cheap valuations, laziness and other reasons why U.S. VCs are so interested in European companies right now.
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