Entrepreneurial environment is stagnant American technology start up companies finance the lowest in
is a private trading market will usher in growth in the start and end of the lows. But the recent decline looks too perverse. Marcelo Ballvé, an analyst at CB Insights, a market research firm, argues that the entrepreneurial market is shifting from a burst of 14 years of development to a more "normal" phase of development. Such changes should be global in nature. According to CB Insights data, as of now, start-up companies received $12 billion 900 million in financing, compared with $18 billion 700 million in financing for the same period last year.