• Dealroom ecosystem solutions, explained January 20, 2018 3:02 pm
    Startup Lithuania launched a new startup database, powered by Dealroom. What does “powered by Dealroom” mean, exactly? Your data is maintained daily by Dealroom; this means continuity post launch The frontend also is managed by Dealroom & regularly upgraded You retain control over your website. Integration is via subdomain* or iframe Customised branding, design and navigation Users can sign up to claim their companies and enhance data In short: easy deployment of an end-to-end solution, without disruption to the existing website. The result? A public comprehensive up-to-date overview of the current ecosystem Valuable insights for policy-making: growth trends, employment impact, identifying success-factors The entire ecosystem becomes more accessible to the global stage More networking and knowledge sharing within your ecosystem To learn more, contact us. Below are selected examples of existing maps & databases. StartupAmsterdam (live since 2015, launching customer) European Commission’s StartupEurope (live since 2015) StartupDelta Netherlands (live since 2015) StartupBahrain (live since 2017) Techstars (live since 2016) RomaStartup (live soon!) Vilnius Tech Map by GoVilnius (live since 2017) StartupLithuania (live since 2018) Google Campus Warsaw (live since 2016) iAmsterdam (live since 2015, iFrame) StartupLithuania (live since 2018 iFrame) The post Dealroom ecosystem solutions, explained appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Dealroom: the industry source of record for European tech January 3, 2018 6:06 pm
    More and more publications are recognising Dealroom as the industry standard for data, insights and identifying new trends in European tech: The Financial Times, The Economist, The New York Times, Les Echos, Reuters and many others have featured Dealroom data in 2017. Below is an overview of selected articles: International The Washington Post on VC funding in UK and France The New York Times on French tech and the launch of Station F The Economist on the stunning rise of French Tech Bloomberg on Station F: Francois Hollande Now Works Part-Time in a Mega Campus for Startups Politico on UK VC funds being overtaken by European venture capital funds, post Brexit Business Insider on Europe’s most prominent European VC investors The Financial Times on the need for European scale up capital The Financial Times on VC funding in France The Financial Times on VC funding post Brexit The Financial Times on European Unicorns TechCrunch on Atomico’s State of European Tech 2016 Reuters on Eastern European tech VentureBeat on now being the best time ever to be an entrepreneur in Europe   United Kingdom The Independent on Eastern European Tech Wired UK on the UK’s top investments Wired UK on Europe leading the way in AI Wired UK on Investments in London despite Brexit Wired UK on State of European Tech report Evening Standard on France overtaking UK in fundraising by Venture Capital funds   France Les Echos on Europe as the gravitational center of Deep Tech Les Echos on why French tech is opening its borders Les... The post Dealroom: the industry source of record for European tech appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • New: the daily Dealroom newsletter (optional) January 2, 2018 5:25 pm
    Would you like to receive a daily digest covering all funding rounds and exits in European VC? You can now opt in easily by visiting Settings (see image above). Simply visit: https://app.dealroom.co/account/settings (login required) The post New: the daily Dealroom newsletter (optional) appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Major upgrade to heatmaps December 10, 2017 12:44 pm
    Over the past weeks we’ve implemented a major upgrade to the popular heatmaps. Here’s a quick overview of what’s new: Feature #1: you can now change view to yearly vs. quarterly and by amount vs. by number of rounds. Also, you can now export data Feature #2: you can now view heatmaps within selected markets. For example, here are top industries in the UK: Feature #3: you can now view new VC funds by country. As you can see below, UK and France are going head-to-head by amount of new funds raised by VCs: We hope you enjoy! For any questions please contact us via Intercom in the bottom right of your screen. The post Major upgrade to heatmaps appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Amsterdam tech: over 60K jobs, with 10K net jobs added in last two years alone, new Dealroom report shows November 26, 2017 11:00 pm
    Amsterdam has rapidly become a top-tier tech hub in Europe. The city is home to Dutch companies such as Adyen, Takeaway.com, Booking.com and MessageBird. Several major global tech companies have made Amsterdam their European hub, such as Uber, Netflix and Tesla. But how many people work in Amsterdam’s tech community? What is the overall impact on the Amsterdam job market? A new report, prepared by Dealroom.co and commissioned by StartupAmsterdam answers these questions. The report is free to download here Key findings About 60K people work at 1,052 tech companies in Amsterdam, thus representing 11% of the total 527K job market in Amsterdam (1) 756 companies were identified as startups (2-50 people), 263 as scale-ups (51-500 people), and 33 as grownups (500+ people) Local tech giants, Booking.com, TomTom and Adyen, together employ nearly 6K people in Amsterdam. The 30 largest home-grown companies represent 16K jobs (= 48% of home-grown jobs and 26% of total jobs) 859 companies are home-grown (founded in Amsterdam), representing 55% of all 60K jobs. 184 companies are major foreign tech companies with significant presence in Amsterdam such as Uber, Netflix, Microsoft (representing 45% of 60K jobs) The main growth drivers are home-grown startups & scale-ups, growing jobs by 13% per year between 2015 and 2017, and foreign tech companies growing jobs by another 9% per year (2) Over 10K jobs were added in two years, making tech a major driver of job growth in Amsterdam, matched only by the hospitality sector (restaurants, bars, hotels), and growing... The post Amsterdam tech: over 60K jobs, with 10K net jobs added in last two years alone, new Dealroom report shows appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Enabling notifications to track companies and entire markets October 16, 2017 8:33 am
    Want to track companies, investors and entire markets and receive notifications on them? Here’s how: To track an individual company, visit any profile and then save it (click the heart symbol, then add it to a List) To track an entire market, create a search, then save your search (your search must have less than 5,000 results) You can then to view your notifications to see on mentions, found matches, rounds and exits. You can filter your notifications as shown in the image below. To help you get started, please feel free chat with us on Intercom (bottom right of your screen).  The post Enabling notifications to track companies and entire markets appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Report: European VC fundraising has tripled in three years to about €12 billion today September 20, 2017 10:32 pm
    How much venture capital is out there? Where is it coming from? Is Brexit causing a shift in Europe? This free 17-page Dealroom aims answer these questions, packed with new insights about the European VC landscape. Underlying data used in this report is available online. If you have any comments on data in this report please contact us via support@dealroom.co. Key insights: Fundraising by European VC funds has tripled from about €4 billion in 2014 to €12 billion in 2016 and a similar amount likely to be raised in 2017 The number of funds grew at the same pace, from 30 to 100 new funds per year, while the average size per fund is constant around €110M In 2016, continental European VC fundraising made a surge, especially in France, Sweden, Netherlands And in 2017 for the first time ever, France leads with €2.7 billion funds raised, vs. €2.3 billion in the UK Additional resources: You can now also explore new VC funds by country and per quarter via this New Funds heatmap: You can also make detailed filters in this New Funds list. For example, these are new Paris-based VCs and corporate funds with Health Tech experience.   The post Report: European VC fundraising has tripled in three years to about €12 billion today appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • New: create your own interactive charts September 16, 2017 3:49 pm
    You can now easily create your own interactive charts. This allows you to analyse funding and exit trends by industry, market or any other filter. For example: series-A rounds in London, or VC-backed exits in Europe. To get started, simply visit Transactions (Rounds or Exits), then use the normal filters, and click on Show Stats. You can view data quarterly or annually. To see the individual transactions inside each quarter click on the columns inside the chart, which will then show the transactions in that period, sorted from large to small. Click here to get started now! The left chart shows amounts in € millions (top 3 means: the three largest transactions), while the right chart shows number of transactions. Your chart creation in stored in the URL, so you can easily share it. For any questions, please feel free to contact us via Intercom inside the app. Note: excluded from funding totals are: debt rounds, secondary rounds, outside tech, lending capital. The post New: create your own interactive charts appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Horizon 2020 using Dealroom to track 2,400 companies from its €3 billion SME Instrument portfolio September 10, 2017 8:49 am
    Business case – How to keep track of a €3 billion portfolio? Horizon 2020 & SME Instrument – Horizon 2020 is a European Union funding programme to support and foster research and innovation. Horizon 2020’s SME Instrument is a €3 billion fund to support high-potential companies to develop “groundbreaking innovative products, services or processes”. The SME Instrument will help 7,500 companies to put their innovations onto the market, by the end of 2020. Results so far – Since 2014, more than 2,400 SMEs were selected to receive funding (out of more than 31,000 applications) in 36 countries. Investments include well-known companies like Monese, Acast, SnappCar, Swap.com. The fund has already realised 11 exits. To learn more about the fund’s achievements, read the full SME Instrument Impact Report or just check the highlights presentation. Dealroom.co – Since early 2017, Dealroom provides the SME Instrument team with research and online tools to analyse and track its 2,400 investments. Some of that information is available to you on Dealroom. Click on the image below to explore SME Instrument’s entire portfolio in list view or grid view (pro tip: in grid view, use the top-right menu to pivot different viewpoints). The post Horizon 2020 using Dealroom to track 2,400 companies from its €3 billion SME Instrument portfolio appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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  • Identify high-growth companies and trends in Europe using real-time data August 25, 2017 11:35 am
    Dealroom tracks the growth performance of over 500,000 companies globally, from seed to (very) late stage. In addition to funding and news, Dealroom tracks real-time growth signals (user engagement and employee growth). The report available below is an initial exploration into growth performance across Europe by country, industry, funding and growth stage. Sometimes it’s useful (and fun) to crunch data without a specific end-goal in mind. This is exactly what we did here. Hence, this report is not yet conclusive but meant to lay the groundwork for more analysis on real-time growth signals going forward. If you’d like us to pursue a specific angle here, please let us know! Dealroom’s Growth Rank explained As explained in this previous post, Dealroom tracks the growth performance of over 500,000 companies globally, from seed to (very) late stage. Companies are ranked by growth based on: Estimated website visit from SimilarWeb App store downloads (iOS/Android, via PrioriData) Social media engagement Employee growth (new!) The growth ranks are based on an algorithm which takes into account growth during the last 6 and 12 months. Growth is adjusted for the base the company is growing from. Out of the 500K+ companies in Dealroom’s database, 220K companies are ranked. Each of those 220K companies has a unique rank (1st, 2nd, …) and is classified into growth percentiles: top 5%, top 10%, top 25% and top half. These growth filters can then be used in combination with other filters (industry, stage, ..) to compare peers and identify high performance... The post Identify high-growth companies and trends in Europe using real-time data appeared first on Blog | Dealroom.
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