El sector TICS supuso el 44% de las operaciones del VC en España en el 2012

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BY : Diego GutiérrezApril Mon, 2013

Según el informe presentado por la semana pasada,  el sector del Venture Capital en España ha descendido en un 18% en el volumen total invertido. El sector TICS sigue manteniendo el liderazgo como sector con el 44% del volumen invertido.

Una caída del 18% en volumen y del 8% en número de operaciones con respecto al año 2011.

La inversión total de Venture Capital(VC), que incluye la ejercida por entidades de VC nacionales e internacionales que operan en España, fondos públicos de CDTI y Enisa y agrupaciones de Business Angels (BA), aceleradoras e incubadoras, ascendió a 230,6 millones de euros en un total de 1.063 operaciones en 2012.

El 77% de las operaciones de Capital Riesgo en España correspondieron al Venture Capital

Por otro lado, el volumen de inversión en Venture Capital representó el 9% del conjunto de inversión de Capital Riesgo en España pero, sin embargo, el 77% del número de operaciones en 2012.El importe medio por operación fue de 456.000 euros, mientras que si se atiende sólo a las nuevas inversiones se cifró en 566.000 euros, frente a los 574.000 euros y los 533.000 euros registrados en 2010 y 2011, respectivamente.


Desde la perspectiva sectorial, destacó la categoría Informática con el 44% del importe invertido

Esta categoría incluye los segmentos de Hardware, Software, Internet, Semiconductores y Servicios, con una inversión de 69,8 millones de euros (44% del total) repartida en 179 operaciones (51%). Le siguió el sector Biotecnología/Ing. Genética, con 23,1 millones de euros (14,5%) y 48 operaciones (14%). Otros sectores destacados fueron Productos y Servicios Industriales, con 10,6 millones de euros y 19 operaciones y Medicina/ Salud, con 8,4 millones de euros y 24 operaciones.

Puedes descargarte el informe completo haciendo clic en este enlace Informe Venture Capital 2012.

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