Investors Are Matching More Billion-Dollar Startups With Buyers Than Funding New Ones | Fast Company


After a sharp decline in the second half of 2015, however, the number of tech company exits are again trending upward, but still pale in comparison to the 2015 peak.

Furthermore, of those exits with disclosed valuations, 53% of exiting companies were valued at $50 million or less, and another 26% were valued between $50 million and $200 million. Only 4% of 2016’s exiting companies were considered unicorns, or valued over a billion dollars.

Source: Investors Are Matching More Billion-Dollar Startups With Buyers Than Funding New Ones | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

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