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‘s Saturday, July 18, and this is The Exchange. Today we’re covering our look at second-quarter VC, topping off the recent IPOs of some venture-backed start-ups, and digging into the most popular VCs while peeking at a brand-new start-up trend.

Venture capital activity by the numbers

As July rubs along we’re getting deeper into the third quarter of 2020, meaning it’s time to close the books on Q2. To that end The Exchange combed through all the second-quarter VC data that we could today.

Despite working to grasp the health of the global endeavor scene, the United States’own venture capital totals, and diving more deeply into AI/ML start-ups and how women-founded startups fundraised in Q2, there’s still more data to sift. Keeping quick as we are a bit charted-out, New york city City-based endeavor capital group Work-Bench launched a grip of numbers detailing the city’s enterprise-focused start-ups’Q2 VC results. Considered that Work-Bench purchases enterprise tech, the information’s focus was not a surprise. The numbers, per the firm, appear like this: New York City business tech start-ups raised 51 rounds in Q2 worth

$1.5 billion, above Q1 overalls of 44 deals worth