What’s your CrunchScore? Testing Startup Myths with CrunchBase Data   #oohack Helsinki Data Hackathon, October 16, 2012   ...
Only 2% Of Startups Did Ever Exit                           acquired or IPOed                                  2%         ...
Are We Getting Better at Doing Startups Over                  Time?                                          Ignore – not ...
Spot The Flood … And The Lack of Exits
Math to the rescue!
Our CrunchScoring Algo + Startup CrunchBase profile =    Double The Chance of Picking the Right Startup9%8%7%6%5%        8...
Brought to You in 10 hours by:#oohackHelsinki DataHackathon, October 16, 2012
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Exacaster crunchscore presentaiton

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Presentation at Arctic15 hackathon 2012 based on the crunchbase dataset.

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Exacaster crunchscore presentaiton

  1. 1. What’s your CrunchScore? Testing Startup Myths with CrunchBase Data #oohack Helsinki Data Hackathon, October 16, 2012 Exacaster Team Sarunas / Egidijus / Rokas / Andrius / Vidmantas / Justas sarunas@exacaster.com
  2. 2. Only 2% Of Startups Did Ever Exit acquired or IPOed 2% raised funding 23% founded 75%
  3. 3. Are We Getting Better at Doing Startups Over Time? Ignore – not enough time to exit, yet Year company formed
  4. 4. Spot The Flood … And The Lack of Exits
  5. 5. Math to the rescue!
  6. 6. Our CrunchScoring Algo + Startup CrunchBase profile = Double The Chance of Picking the Right Startup9%8%7%6%5% 8% of companies later exiting within the cohort with a Top4% Predicted CrunchScore3% 4% of companies later exiting within the2% cohort with a Low Predicted1% CrunchScore0% Top 500 scorers sold Remaining companies sold
  7. 7. Brought to You in 10 hours by:#oohackHelsinki DataHackathon, October 16, 2012
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