US Venture Capital Market | 2019-2032

US Venture Capital Market by Investment Stage (Seed Stage, Early Stage, Growth Stage, Late Stage), Funding Type (First-time Venture Funding, Follow-on Venture Funding, Bridge Funding, Mezzanine Financing), Investor Type (Institutional Investors, Individual Investors, Angel Investors), End User (Information Technology, Energy & Power, Healthcare, Transportation & Logistics, Consumer Goods & Services, Media & Entertainment, Commercial Products & Services, Others) – Industry Analysis, Size and Forecast, 2019-2032

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The US venture capital market is projected to reach US$ XX Bn by 2032, expanding at a CAGR of XX% during 2023-2032. Venture capital fundraising in the United States has been a significant driver of innovation and entrepreneurship. Substantial investment on health-tech, fintech, electric vehicles, and space exploration is becoming a major trend boosting growth of venture capital industry in the US.


US continued to represent leading position in terms of venture capital market share. Companies from diverse jurisdictions raised multi-millions of funds in 2022, emphasizing on a range of sectors from information technology, consumer products and services to fintech, cybersecurity, and ecommerce. While health-tech, proptech, biotech, EV, and Edtech are expected to be the hot areas for VC firms. For example, Tempus, a healthcare technology company using data and AI to improve cancer treatment, raised $200 million in a funding round, highlighting the continued interest in health-tech innovations. Additionally, Rivian, an electric vehicle manufacturer, secured significant funding, including a $2.5 billion investment round, as EVs gained traction as a sustainable transportation solution. These trends are projected to continue in upcoming years which in turn is anticipated to create lucrative revenue opportunities in the US venture capital market. On the other hand, some of the unicorns in the country are unable to raise new funds at or above their previous valuation owing to significant uncertainty in the US venture capital market.


Venture capital investors are aimed at de-risking their portfolios, despite the current uncertainties such as geopolitical tensions and trade war. Whereas growing attention of local governments on areas of immediate concerns such as supply chain disruption especially in semiconductor industry and increasing energy cost, are influencing major VC investors to invest substantially in logistics, transportation, and energy sectors. Venture capital investment in already strong areas such as electric vehicle technologies and cybersecurity surged further in 2022. Nowadays, organizations especially small and mid-sized companies are embracing cloud and digital technologies across all departments this may lead to increased risk of potential cyberattacks such as rapid spread of misinformation or complex business disruptions.


Additionally, emergent Russia-Ukraine war has driven government entities attention to scale up their defense technologies capabilities such as communication, anti-missile defense technology and drone technologies. Thus, as a result considerable increase in defense spending has been observed in the past few years. This is propelling the growth of the US venture capital market. Further, recently, the US federal government has announced their plan to develop traditional infrastructure, electric vehicle infrastructure, and enhance Internet connectivity. This, in turn, is projected to create opportunities for startups and catalyze the VC investment in the infrastructure sector. Major VC firms analyzed during the US venture capital market sizing are Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Accel Partners, Kleiner Perkins, Greylock Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Index Ventures, Spark Capital, First Round Capital, and others.



US Venture Capital Industry Snapshot





Analysis Period

2019 – 2032

Actual Data

2019 – 2022

Base Year


Estimated Year


CAGR Period

2023 – 2032

Research Scope

  • Funding Type
  • Investor Type
  • Investment Stage
  • End User

Company Analysed

Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Accel Partners, Kleiner Perkins, Greylock Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Index Ventures, Spark Capital, First Round Capital, and others.



  • Actual US venture capital market data for 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022
  • Estimated US venture capital market value for the year 2023 and market growth prospect between 2023 and 2032
  • Historical YoY growth and forecast trend at granular level
  • Cross sectional analysis of investment stage segment at end user level
  • Summary of key growth factors, challenges, and opportunities shaping US venture capital industry
  • Rationale for individual segment growth and decline
  • Product and price differentiation, branding & distribution channel strategies
  • Market entry strategies and routes to market
  • Key player positioning and benchmarking
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