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Study of 100,000 venture capital investments. Learn about Series B crunch vs Series A crunch. Brought to you by The Big Data Group at http://www.bigdatalandscape.com.

Study of 100,000 venture capital investments. Learn about Series B crunch vs Series A crunch. Brought to you by The Big Data Group at http://www.bigdatalandscape.com.


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  • 1. THE 100,000 COMPANY INVESTMENT STUDY: VENTURE CAPITAL TRENDS 100,000+ COMPANIES 10 YEARS OF STARTUP DATA MARCH, 2013DAVID FEINLEIB IN PARTNERSHIP WITHBIGDATALANDSCAPE.COM SISENSE.COMTHEBIGDATAGROUP.COM CRUNCHBASE.SISENSE.COM Copyright © 2013 The Big Data Group, LLC and SiSense
  • 2. ABOUT SISENSE.COM “Winning people over with its technology” – WSJ ”One of the fastest in-memory data analysis platforms” - Giga-OM “Democratize Big Data analysis” – Forbes
  • 3. Key Findings Web Browser Market Share Fewer startups 1) Enterprise startups raised 40% more in 2012 received funding in $9.85M per round vs $7.0M in 2011 2012 Data points to Series 2) Web startups raised 45% less per round in 2012 $5.6M per round vs $10.0M in 2011 B crunch, not Series A crunch 3) Series B crunch, not a Series A crunch Web deals have More Series A rounds in 2012 and they got done faster cooled off Fewer Series B rounds in 2012 and they got done slower 4) The most popular first letter for a startup in 2012 was the letter S 5) Companies with 6 - 10 characters in their name have more acquisitions and IPOs 3THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 4. Study Goals Web Browser Market Share 1) Study venture capital and startup trends based on CrunchBase, Wikibon, NASDAQ, and other data sources 2) Give entrepreneurs, investors, and limited partners visibility into investment speed, round size, and market dynamics 3) Leverage previously untapped sources of Big Data to provide market insights 4THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 5. Study Data Web Browser Market Share 1) More than 100,000 companies 2) January, 2000 - February, 2013 3) Data sources: CrunchBase,Wikibon, NASDAQ and others* 5THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 6. Investment Volume and Size Fewer software startups received funding in 2012, but the ones that did raised more money on averageTHE BIG DATA GROUP Data for all funding rounds
  • 7. Average Number of Days Between Rounds 800 600 400 200 0 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Seed to Series A Series A to B Series B to C Series C to DTHE BIG DATA GROUP 7
  • 8. Average Time Between Rounds Series A crunch? Not quite. There were more “Series A” deals in 2012 than in 2011. And these deals got done faster–about 2 months faster. Series B crunch? Maybe. There were fewer “Series B” deals in 2012 and they took 1 ½ months longer than in 2011.THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 9. Enterprise And Web Investments ENTERPRISE In 2012, enterprise companies raised more money, while web companies raised less 6% more enterprise companies received funding in 2012 and they raised 40% more capital than in 2011 13% fewer web companies were funded in 2012 and they raised WEB 45% less capital than in 2011 9THE BIG DATA GROUP Showing above data for all funding rounds, all statuses in either in the enterprise or the web category
  • 10. Investments By Geography 14THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 11. What’s In a Startup Name? Startups with 6 - 10 800characters in their names had more exits and IPOs Number of 600 Acquisitions 400 200 0 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-30 31-40 Name length 100 75 Number 50 of IPOs 25 0 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-30 31-40THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 12. What’s In A Startup Name? Part II S, M , and T were the three most popular first letters for companies in the last 8 years X: the most unused letter for startup names 12THE BIG DATA GROUP
  • 13. For More Information David Feinleib The Big Data Group dave@thebigdatagroup.com Bruno Aziza SiSense bruno.aziza@sisense.com Live Data available for Free @ www.crunchbase.sisense.com 13THE BIG DATA GROUP