As we enter the fall season, it is now crystal clear that there has been a paradigm shift in the emerging company marketplace. VCs are more cautious about investing, and we have seen some lower valuations for companies in many of the emerging companies’ sectors. That said, the level of activity is still remarkably active, and good companies that have sustainable business models are getting funded and/or being sold at healthy multiples. What is not clear is whether and when the emerging companies marketplace will return to the rapid, hyper-growth phase of the last two years or if the landscape we are surveying is now the “new normal.” Like everything else in our volatile “new normal” world, time will tell…
We lead off this MintzTech Connect edition with an important technical article about the change in Delaware law regarding the broadening of the exculpation of officers. This is followed by an article about Mintz’s new special relationship with Antler, a global accelerator of early stage companies. We follow with highlights of two emerging companies: Adgile, which is reinventing out-of-home advertising; and Radicle Science, an AI-driven HealthTech enterprise that is reimagining clinical research.
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Be safe and be well!
Dan + Sam
// Amendment to Delaware Law Permits Exculpation of Officers in Corporate Charters by Daniel Lerner and John Monts