Tag Archives: Unicorns

Startup Unicorns’ Stock Performance After IPO in 2019

Source: The Hottest IPOs in 2019 HT: @fklivestolearn  Advertisements

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Domo is the Most Undervalued Unicorn, Crowd Says

  The readers of CB Insights answered the question Who is the Most Undervalued Unicorn, choosing Domo over Airbnb in the final round.  

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Data Is the New…?

HT: @CBinsights

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The Bubble in Financing Startup Unicorns Valued at Over $10 Billion

CB Insights: We used CB Insights data to visualize the funding history for the top 9 unicorns — or “decacorns,” since they’re all valued at more than $10B — including round sizes and total raised. Our analysis found there have been … Continue reading

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The Startup Unicorn Explosion (Infographic)

CB Insights: We looked at all still-private unicorns since 2011 and charted them based on when they first joined the unicorn club. While initially the chart shows unicorns being created at a relatively calm pace, the rhythm accelerates noticeably in … Continue reading

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The Next Billion-Dollar Startup: CB Insights’ Anand Sanwal at DEMO (Video)

  In a DEMO Traction presentation titled “It’s Definitely a Bubble. Maybe,” Anand Sanwal, founder and CEO of CB Insights (aspiring to be the “Bloomberg of private companies” in his words), talk about startup valuations, how fast the billion-dollar startup … Continue reading

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The VC Leagues: Top Unicorn Hunters and Gatherers

CB Insights: Sequoia Capital continues to retain its spot as the top investor in unicorns, with 17 currently in their portfolio including Instacart, AirBnB, and Square. Kleiner Perkins and Andreessen Horowitz were tied for second place with 15 unicorn companies … Continue reading

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