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Quid looked at more than 50,000 companies and chose 50 it deemed the most promising.
2017/03/20 11:04
. Almost eight years later, it turns out that the list had its share of flops—companies that shut down or lost value—but some notable home runs as well. Cloudera, Palantir, Evernote, Twitch and Spotify all increased at least 30 times in value since 2009.
2017/03/20 11:05
50 most promising startups from around the world, based on Quid’s research.
2017/03/20 11:05
Quid narrowed the list from 5,000 to 200 by ranking the companies according to a series of metrics: time between funding rounds, number of rounds, quality of investors and amount raised.
2017/03/20 11:06
The final list was shaped by some preset parameters: Biotech was excluded, and 10 of the companies were from outside the U.S.
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FinTech
2017/03/20 11:09