Dallas’ venture investing took a hit in the spring, report says


It was a tough spring for Dallas-area startups.

The region saw a 22 percent decline in venture capital investments during the second quarter compared to the first quarter, according to research by Crunchbase News. Crunchbase tracks and provides data on startups.

Local volume managed to be more steady, slipping to 20 transactions from 21 in Q1.

Dallas followed an overall statewide trend of declines, according to the report. Texas saw invested dollars drop 17 percent to $506.2 million, and its…

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