Annual Stryber Corporate Venture Building Report // Southeast Asia 2023
Stryber’s annual Corporate Venturing report reflects on the challenges and trends that shaped the industry in 2022. We specifically reflect on funding volumes, deal numbers and sizes in the Southeast Asian region and aim to provide valuable insights for those navigating in the increasingly changing and ever-evolving landscape of corporate innovation.
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VC / CVC investors pulling back
2022 was characterised by Venture Capital investors pulling back from startup funding deals amid market turmoil, whereas corporate investors showed more resilience.
M&A Activity coming back down to earh
Despite the slowdown in global and Southeast Asian M&A activity compared to the record levels of 2021, economic recessions can offer benefits to struggling startups looking to raise funds or go public through attractive M&A opportunities.
Corporate Venture Building staying level
According to Stryber’s research, the number of Corporate Venture Builders and Internal Venture Building units has been relatively stable throughout the year 2022 , where internal units made up approximately 40%.
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