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Historically, the private markets have been on the fringe, but as trillions of dollars have flowed into this dynamic asset class, there is an increasing need for greater insight. Since 2007, PitchBook has been shining a light on key trends and events in venture capital, private equity and M&A through comprehensive data and detailed analysis. Subscribe to our podcast for thoughtful conversations with industry leaders and PitchBook analysts to help you better understand the evolving capital ma ...
 
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Headlined by Arctos Sports Partners acquiring a 5% stake in the Golden State Warriors in April, private equity has pushed further into the sports investing space over the past few years. PitchBook analyst Wylie Fernyhough joins the "In Visible Capital" podcast to discuss his recent analyst note about what’s driving the trend, including less restric…
 
Record-breaking VC activity over the past year has fueled innovation within emerging technologies. In this episode, sponsored by Ansarada, we take a look at where we live, how we work and how we might move between those locations by exploring electric vehicles, air taxis and real estate technology with PitchBook senior analyst Asad Hussain and quan…
 
Autonomous finance uses AI to make financial decisions on behalf of consumers without the need for direct human input. The service has become especially relevant over the last year as consumers have struggled to maintain financial health during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Paul Condra, head of emerging technology research, and Robert Le,…
 
More than a year after Sequoia issued its “Black Swan” letter, the US startup ecosystem has rebounded, with VC exit value, fundraising and dollars invested setting records last year. PitchBook venture capital reporter James Thorne joins for this episode—sponsored by Ansarada—to discuss the lasting impact the pandemic had on the startup world, inclu…
 
With President Joe Biden nearing his 100th day in office, his administration's economic policies have begun to take shape. The latest episode of "In Visible Capital" takes a closer look at what Biden's plans could mean for the private equity and venture capital world, including changes to tax policy, how his infrastructure plan could impact investo…
 
In this episode—sponsored by Ansarada—host Adam Lewis takes a closer look at GP stakes investing, which has become an increasingly popular strategy for private equity firms over the past few years but still remains in its infancy. Topics covered include a brief look back at the history of GP stakes deals, how the space has progressed over the past …
 
With one year of the pandemic behind us, Alexander Davis sizes up the venture capital market by looking at how dealmaking not only adapted, but roared back to life in terms of capital deployment, VC capital formation and exits and a banner year for initial public offerings by some of the biggest names in the business. Listen in as PitchBook analyst…
 
To kick off Season 3 of "In Visible Capital," private equity reporter Adam Lewis takes a closer look at the state of private equity. Topics include PitchBook analysts forecasting SPAC deal activity, discussing the possibility of government regulation for the asset class, predicting private equity fundraising in the near-term, and connecting why cor…
 
This week's podcast features our recent discussion about race and the evolving role of investors addressing racial inequality. We're resurfacing this conversation because even as Black History Month comes to an end, the hard work to increase diversity in the markets continues. We brought together four professionals to share their expertise on the t…
 
In Season 2 of "In Visible Capital," we took a closer look at emerging technology trends during the pandemic with investors, founders, PitchBook analysts and other industry experts. Over several months, we looked at shifts and opportunities across healthcare, foodtech, mobility, the supply chain and more. In this week's episode—the Season 2 finale,…
 
Global trade is a market worth trillions of dollars—yet up until this point, it's been managed primarily with spreadsheets and emails. This week on In Visible Capital, we talk about the state of the supply chain and how disruptions in the early days of COVID-19 created more space for modernization and innovation industry-wide. To cover these topics…
 
Last week, we talked about the promise of autonomous cars and recent advancements in self-driving technologies. This week, as a continuation of that discussion, we're taking a closer look at the role cities play as stakeholders in mobility and how the pandemic may have impacted our thoughts on movement. To provide their perspective, we are joined b…
 
VC funding in mobility hit a new high in 2020 with $8.4 billion invested in the sector, up 33% year-over-year. Within the sector, autonomous vehicles have shown immense promise—attracting funding and exciting investors and entrepreneurs. This week on the "In Visible Capital" podcast, we talk with Joy Tuffield, partner at Generation Investment Manag…
 
Food delivery apps and marketplaces have raised $31.3 billion since 2017. Still, the long-term profitability of these low-margin companies remains in question—something that could impact restaurants that are prioritizing takeout and delivery amid COVID-19. In this episode, we chat with REEF Technology’s VP of Corporate Strategy Felix Gonzalez Roson…
 
In this extended conversation with Publicis Groupe chief commerce strategy officer Jason Goldberg, we explore the history of grocery shopping in the US, how COVID-19 has fueled massive shifts in the landscape and how established chains are refining their e-commerce operations to meet shoppers where they’re at. The “Retail Geek” also highlights how …
 
Prior to COVID-19, less than 4% of grocery purchases were made online. At the height of the pandemic, that number climbed to 35%. In this episode, we chat with Publicis Group Chief Commerce Strategy Officer Jason Goldberg about how more shoppers than ever are leveraging dark store and digital fulfillment technologies to meet their families’ nutriti…
 
At the beginning of 2020, 0.1% of all medical each week were conducted via telemedicine. By late April, the height of COVID-19’s first wave in the US, that number had increased to nearly 14%. In our final episode focusing on health and wellness tech, we’re joined by Dr. Janine Knudsen, a primary care doctor at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, an…
 
Hangar Capital Managing Partner Josh Mendelsohn joins the show to discuss the possibilities and limitations of digital contact tracing during COVID-19. We’re also joined by Alex Haefner and Matt Harris from Envoy, a workplace management startup whose app has evolved to include a contact tracing feature. Plus, we catch up again with PitchBook Analys…
 
Host Lee Gibbs catches up with Harpreet Singh Rai, CEO of sleep tech startup Oura, about everything from the importance of quality sleep as a foundation for optimal health to potential obstacles in the expansion of wearable technologies. Featuring PitchBook Analyst Kaia Colban—an expert on health and wellness technologies across enterprise and reta…
 
Season 2 host Lee Gibbs joins Adam Lewis to kick off Season 2 of In Visible Capital, which takes a closer look at the emerging technology spaces that are shaping how we live during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Click here for more of PitchBook’s reports, analyst notes and emerging technology research.…
 
Our hosts clear their throats from the smoky Pacific Northwest air to wrap up season one with their key takeaways from taking a closer look at how players in the private markets have adapted so far during the pandemic. Stay tuned for season two coming this fall and get in touch with us at podcast@pitchbook.com.…
 
PitchBook analyst and Goldman Sachs alum Nalin Patel joins host Adley Bowden to discuss the resilient state of the European VC ecosystem. Topics discussed include how COVID-19 has caused the work-from-home, healthcare, biotech and pharma industries to boom (6:05), why median valuations, deal sizes and step up rounds have remained strong (16:02), an…
 
Analyst Dominick Mondesir joins the show to unpack PitchBook's Q2 2020 European PE Breakdown report. Topics include a primer on the European private equity landscape, reaction to the pandemic, potential Brexit impacts, how European GPs are balancing support of existing portfolio companies with seeking new investments and more.…
 
PitchBook venture capital analyst Cameron Stanfill joins the pod to discuss his recent analyst note "The 2020 SPAC Frenzy," which breaks down this year’s SPAC boom. Topics discussed include what’s driving the surge (1:35), how private equity firms and SPACs are forever intertwined (5:40), why reverse mergers are more forgiving to startup founders t…
 
PitchBook analyst Dylan Cox returns to the program to discuss the PitchBook H1 Global Private Debt Report. Topics discussed include why direct lending funds aren’t the only show in town anymore (1:15), whether equity holders should be bailed out when a company struggles (6:35), how the private debt market breaks down (10:40) and how he uses proxies…
 
“In Visible Capital” host Adley Bowden recaps highlights from the 2Q 2020 PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor webinar, which featured representatives from Silicon Valley Bank, NVCA, PitchBook and Certent discussing recent US VC trends. Topics include what to expect for VC dealmaking in the second half of 2020 (2:40), what type of companies are attractin…
 
Senior analyst Wylie Fernyhough unpacks PitchBook’s Q2 2020 US PE Breakdown, discussing how investors are deciding which portfolio companies to support (8:25), changes to limited partner agreements (9:52), which funds are finding success in a tight fundraising environment (15:42), trends in the LP-GP relationship for GP stakes investing (21:33) and…
 
PitchBook news executive editor Alec Davis and senior financial journalist James Thorne join the program to discuss the US government’s Paycheck Protection Program, which is set to expire August 8. Topics include a look at how many venture capital and private equity-backed companies received loans (2:30), how some justified taking money (4:28), how…
 
PitchBook analysts Daniel Cook and Andy White break down their recent analyst note “Quantitative Perspectives: US Venture Capital during Economic Uncertainty.” Topics discussed include how COVID-19 has impacted startup valuations (3:30), how the 2008 financial recession impacted their valuation forecasts (6:00), how to evaluate the impact of exit v…
 
PitchBook venture capital reporter Priyamvada Mathur joins the show to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has sped up digital transformation in the construction industry (1:59), why that transformation is expected to last through COVID-19 (5:25) and how venture capital firms and startups across the industry have struggled to adapt over the past few …
 
Maven CEO James Heckman joins the show to discuss the devastating impact of COVID-19 on Sports Illustrated’s advertising revenue (2:45), his response to critics of the company’s new digital strategy (7:16), why he remains bullish about the prospects of video advertising (10:37) and why he believes the company can take on Facebook and Google in the …
 
Emerging tech analyst Ryan Vaswani breaks down his analyst note “Accelerating History: Pandemic-Driven Tech Opportunities.” Topics discussed include which industries have accelerated their tech capabilities in response to COVID-19 (2:46), how companies have focused resources to improve the accuracy of tests (8:46), where investors have directed the…
 
PitchBook editor Kevin Dowd breaks down his story “NBA standout Spencer Dinwiddie has a VC-fueled vision for the future of stardom,” which appears in PitchBook’s latest version of the PlayBook magazine. Topics discussed include Dinwiddie’s background with venture firm Eonxi (2:02), his bid to tokenize his $33 million NBA contract (9:13) and why Wal…
 
PitchBook venture capital reporter Eliza Haverstock discusses her story “Narrative Change: VCs are finally ready to talk about menopause” (1:30) and why the femtech space has seen a lack of investments from VC investors (4:28). In addition, Haverstock looks at how female founders and female investors are handling the shaky economic climate brought …
 
PitchBook emerging tech analyst Paul Condra joins the crew to discuss his research note, "The Great Unlocationing.” It’s a thorough explainer of how COVID-19 has forced companies to institute widespread work-from-home policies and how that could lead VCs to devote more capital to companies suited to that strategy (3:32). In addition, Condra explain…
 
PitchBook analyst Hilary Wiek comes on the show to explain the differences between impact and ESG investing strategies being implemented at private equity and venture capital funds (1:45), how COVID-19 will impact the social investment world (11:45), whether driving returns for LPs and making a tangible positive impact on the world actually compati…
 
PitchBook private equity analyst Dylan Cox breaks down his analyst note, "Buyout funds in times of crisis." Topics covered include how lessons from previous economic downturns inform modeling private equity fund returns (1:40), how COVID-19 has changed the dealmaking environment (4:05), what it will take to get deal flow going again (11:35) and wha…
 
In the inaugural episode, PitchBook venture capital analyst James Gelfer comes on the show to discuss his analyst note "Venture funds in times of crisis." Topics covered include how VCs have used lessons from the 2008 financial crisis to help mitigate the negative financial impact from COVID-19 (3:05), why investors are calling capital more quickly…
 
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