By Lucas Agrela
The macroeconomic scenario with inflation and high-interest rates has taken the liquidity out of the market and made life more difficult for startups that need to raise investments to survive.
Last year, these companies raised US$4.46 billion in investments against US$9.8 billion in 2021, according to Distrito.
The severe drop in money has forced both sides of the counter to adopt new criteria in negotiating these investments.
If before investment funds – and the startups themselves – sought growth at all costs, now it’s a different story.
The scarcity of capital has made . . .