After a record 2021, quarterly advanced manufacturing funding falls but remains elevated compared to historic totals.
In Q1’22, advanced manufacturing funding fell 17%, although total funding still exceeded $2B for the third time in the past year.
In our State of Advanced Manufacturing Q1’22 Report, we dig into global investment trends to spotlight takeaways like:
- Which global regions saw the largest gains and losses
- The percentage of deals that remain early-stage
- The biggest deals of the quarter, including a $300M+ round for a warehouse robotics manufacturer
- The region that saw funding more than triple, driven by 3 mega-rounds
- The country that saw its share of deals decline by 50%
- And much more
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Below, check out just a few highlights from our 109-page, data-driven State of Advanced Manufacturing Q1’22 Report. For deeper insights, all the record figures, and a boatload of private market data, download the full report.
GLOBAL ADVANCED MANUFACTURING funding DROPS 17% QoQ
Explore which regions saw the greatest funding growth and declines, as well as which startups drove the sector to another $2B+ quarter.
US DEAL SHARE PLUMMETS WITH SIGNIFICANT INCREASES IN Asia and Europe
See which regions fared best in Q1’22, the top investors in each region, and more deep dives by geography.