Chicago Inno: Chicago Tech Companies Raised $2.8B In 2020 As Pandemic Doesn’t Slow VC Funding

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The Covid-19 pandemic didn’t slow down the amount of money flowing to Chicago’s startups in 2020 as the city’s tech scene raised nearly $3 billion in venture capital funding last year.

In an increase from 2019’s decade high of $2.2 billion, Chicago tech companies raised $2.8 billion in 2020, according to a new report from Pitchbook and the National Venture Capital Association. It’s the most raised in Chicago since Pitchbook began tracking VC statistics in 2006.

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