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1. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report OMAR MOHOUT 2. 2 03 05 06 20 36 37 38 40 Foreword Highlights 2016 European (Venture) Capital Methodology About the author About Sirris Data sources Disclaimer TABLE OF CONTENTS 3. 3 While Europe might be a single market, it’s definitely not a single tech scene. That fact makes it difficult to feel the pulse of the European tech. But if you take a close look, you’ll quickly notice that there is interesting stuff happening in Europe With this report we want to provide a comprehensive review of investment in startups and high-growth technology companies across 31 countries in Europe. Our aim is to provide data-driven guidance, insights and inspiration to stakeholders in the European scaleup ecosystem. We hope you find the 2016 edition of the report informative. Sincerely, Omar Mohout 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report FOREWORD PARTNERS 4. 4 This report is part of a series of funding reports that are published on a quarterly basis. A yearly report will also summarize quarterly findings. Other reports complement the series, focusing on geographical markets and vertical industries such as the FinTech report that is written in collaboration with Eggsplore. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report ABOUT This report is a snapshot in time, aimed at analysing funding data, major trends within the industry and the regions. Only deals of at least $1M / € 750K are considered for this report. If you would like to provide your input for the report, signal an omission of data or have any other feedback, we would love to hear it. Just pop an email to omar.mohout@sirris.be ABOUT THIS report 5. HIGHLIGHTS 2016 5 • € 15.9B across 1,648 deals in 31 countries; • UK is leading in 2016 funding; • France has the highest number of deals; • The city with the highest number of deals is London, followed by Paris and Stockholm; • Bpifrance is the most active EU venture fund in Europe; • Marketplaces is the most popular business model used by European scaleups; • FinTech is the most funded vertical both in capital raised and in number of deals; • 22 European technology companies went IPO raising € 3.4B; • In average European scaleups have 50 employees; • Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands have the highest number of B2B oriented scaleups; • Italy, Sweden and Austria have the highest number of B2C oriented scaleups 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report HIGHLIGHTS 6. EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL 2016 EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL 6 7. 7 € 3.566 € 2.499 € 2.370 € 2.187 € 1.789 € 541 € 538 € 493 € 449 € 342 UK Denmark France Sweden Germany Switzerland Netherlands Spain Ireland Finland 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Denmark and Sweden are performing extreme well due to the IPO of Nets in Denmark (€ 2.1B) and Spotify raising € 1.3B in debt financing and a convertible note. The grey area in the graph indicates the major impact of these 2 companies. AMOUNT RAISED PER COUNTRY 2016* *In millions 8. 8 350 345 203 188 69 67 67 61 51 46 France UK Germany Sweden Spain Belgium Netherlands Finland Switzerland Italy 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL France is the rising star of 2016 with the highest number of deals in the European landscape. The gap between France/UK and Germany is significant. While tiny Sweden is performing in the same league as the biggest economy of Europe. Smaller countries such as Belgium, Finland and Switzerland are doing extremely well and punching above their economic weight. DEALS PER COUNTRY 2016 9. 9 € 568 € 816 € 1.111 € 1.269 € 1.594 € 1.737 € 2.007 € 2.417 € 2.585 € 2.862 € 3.310 € 3.566 29 63 91 110 138 166 200 221 259 301 329 345 Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL BREXIT DIDN’T SLOW DOWN UK FUNDING IN 2016* AMOUNT RAISED AND NUMBER OF DEALS FOR THE UK *In millions 10. 10 € 4.196 € 1.606 € 1.085 € 956 € 956 € 888 € 685 € 458 € 361 € 321 FinTech MusicTech HealthTech Travel eCommerce AdTech FoodTech Gaming PropTech HRTech 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL The top 10 industries count for 72% of all capital raised. FinTech is still hot and the industry champion of 2016. MusicTech is influenced by a single company, Spotify. HealthTech had in Q4 the strongest quarter of the year. Travel is being impacted with the € 176M raised by Skyscanner in January and the Trivago IPO in December. eCommerce had a peak in April and May thanks to Africa Internet Group. AMOUNT RAISED PER INDUSTRY 2016* *In millions 11. 11 231 149 132 96 75 62 60 60 50 46 FinTech HealthTech AdTech eCommerce Travel PropTech MediaTech HRTech EdTech Manufacturing 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL The FinTech, HealthTech, HRTech, MediaTech and PropTech industries are dominated by the UK. While AdTech, eCommerce, EdTech, Manufacturing, Travel are dominated by France. Together these 2 countries count for 44% of all deals in the top 10 industries. DEALS PER INDUSTRY 2016 12. 12 74% 70% 69% 68% 65% 63% 60% 57% 49% 45% 44% 40% 39% 26% 30% 31% 32% 35% 37% 40% 43% 51% 55% 56% 60% 61% Ireland Belgium Netherlands Finland Switzerland UK Denmark France Germany Spain Sweden Austria Italy B2B B2C 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL B2B & B2C NUMBER OF DEALS PER COUNTRY Top 13 countries 13. 42%58% B2C B2B 48% 52% B2C B2B 13 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL B2B & B2C COMPARISON NUMBER OF DEALS AMOUNT RAISED Contrary to Silicon Valley, where 2 out of 3 startups are consumer oriented, European scaleups are predominantly B2B (58%). Ireland and Belgium have the highest number of B2B scaleups. More surprising is that manufacturing giant Germany is slightly more consumer oriented (49% B2B). But that’s due to the weight of Berlin in the German startup ecosystem and confirms the saying that “Berlin is not Germany.” Berlin’s scaleups are mainly consumer oriented. Compare that to Munich, where 76% of scaleups are B2B. 14. 14 143 66 58 56 54 46 45 43 37 36 32 30 30 27 22 Denmark Sweden Germany UK Portugal France Austria Ireland Finland Spain Netherlands Norway Switzerland Belgium Italy 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL The number of employees is captured on the moment of fund raising and based on the press release, LinkedIn, Xing, Viadeo or the company’s website. Denmark is an outlier due to the high number of employees on the payroll of one company: Nets. AVERAGE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES PER COMPANY 2016 15. 15 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL AVERAGE FOUNDING YEAR Norway 2010 Belgium Denmark Switzerland UK France Sweden Finland 2011 Austria Netherlands Ireland 2012 Spain Germany Italy 2013 To raise a series A in Europe, a company needs to be founded in 2012. For a B2B startup it’s even more challenging, it needs to be founded in 2011 in order to raise a series A. Surprising, for a company to raise at least $1 million in crowdfunding, it needs to have been established in 2011. For an IPO it is 2004 on average. 16. 16 47% 23% 11% 5% 3% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% Series A Seed Series B Series C Crowdfunding Debt financing IPO Series D Convertible Note Grant 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Given the threshold of € 750K/$ 1M, it’s not surprising that the majority of deals are series A. Convertible notes are less popular in Europe and count for less than 1%. DEAL TYPE 2016 17. 17 24% 11% 10% 8% 7% 6% 5% 3% 2% 2% Marketplace SaaS Hardware Data Analytics Internet of Things Artificial Intelligence App Freemium Content driven Virtual Reality 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Not surprisingly, the marketplace approach is the leading business model for scaleups, counting for 24% of the total. The UK is leading in AI, data analytics, apps and SaaS while autonomous vehicles, hardware, IoT and market places is dominated by France. Sweden is the #1 spot for VR TYPE OF BUSINESS MODELS/TECHNOLOGY 2016 18. 18 € 1.166 € 1.261 € 2.133 € 923 € 1.006 € 946 € 948 € 884 € 3.263 € 949 € 1.390 € 1.054 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL CAPITAL RAISED 2016* *In millions European scaleups together raise around € 1B per month. The peaks In March (due to Spotify) and September (due to Nets) are exception. The amounts above € 1B usually indicate one or more IPOs in that specific month. For example, November saw 5 IPOs totalling € 393M. 19. 19 131 130 130 121 136 174 133 100 184 160 137 112 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Around 138 deals are closed in Europe every month. There is a slow down during summer, however it gets compensated in the month of September. The summer drop is the highest in France where just 6 deals are been announced in August while the other months are 5 times as high. NUMBER OF DEALS 2016 20. 1. London 2. Paris 3. Stockholm 4. Berlin 5. Barcelona 6. Dublin 7. Munich 8. Amsterdam 9. Milan 10. Cambridge/Helsinki 1. London 2. Ballerup 3. Stockholm 4. Paris 5. Berlin 6. Amsterdam 7. Dublin 8. Copenhagen 9. Barcelona 10. Munich 20 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL SCALEUP CITIES 2016 NUMBER OF DEALS AMOUNT RAISED London counts for 64% of all UK deals, Paris for 63%, Berlin for 34% and Stockholm for 67%. Barcelona and Milan are the scaleup cities of their respective country instead of the capital cities. We see the same in Portugal with Porto and Lausanne in Switzerland. Note how Germany is the only country that has 2 cities (Berlin and Munich) in both lists. It indicates that the country is developing two different focal points, one around B2C (Berlin) and one around B2B (Munich). 21. 21 0 50 100 150 200 250 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Berlin London Paris Stockholm 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Despite all the buzz about Berlin, if there is a challenger to London, it is Paris. The number of deals is equal to London despite the visible slow down of the French ecosystem during summer. As big a surprise is how easily Stockholm outperformed Berlin in the second half of the year. In dollar value, Stockholm is already 2x bigger than Berlin. There was a time that startups moved from Stockholm to Berlin to scale up their business. But now Sweden is in a league of its own. VENTURE CAPITAL DEALS 2016, THE BIG FOUR 22. 22 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL TOP 5 BIGGEST DEALS* € 2B € 1.3B € 375M€ 328M € 280M #01 #02 #03 #04 #05 *In amount raised 23. 23 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Only 8% of European scaleups are spin-offs or spin-outs. While it’s true that spin-offs are not the only way that universities can monetize research, it’s nevertheless an indication that innovation is mainly happening outside campuses and labs. However, universities do play a role in patentable hard tech in specific areas such as Medtech, BioTech Life Sciences, encryption, materials science, robotics, nanotechnology, semiconductors, and the like. Note the better performance of smaller countries Switzerland, Belgium and Sweden. MOST ACTIVE SPIN OFF INSTITUTES 2016 1. University of Cambridge (UK) 2. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland) 3. Imperial College London (UK) 4. KULeuven (Belgium) 5. imec (Belgium) 6. University of Edinburgh (UK) 7. Karolinska Institutet (Sweden) 8. Lund University (Sweden) 9. Aalto University (Finland) 10. Politecnico di Milano (Italy) / ETH Zurich (Switzerland) 24. 24 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL 14% of the European scaleups graduated from an acceleration program. Program alumni don’t necessary raise more money, but they are two years younger on average when they raise money. It might well be that they can start to scale earlier or have better access to investors thanks to the programs. ACCELERATORS, BY NUMBER OF FUNDED scaleups 2016 1. 500 Startups (US) 2. iStart imec (Belgium) 3. Seedcamp (UK) 4. Microsoft Accelerator (multiple countries) 5. Y Combinator (US) 6. Paris&Co (France) 7. Techstars (US/UK) 8. TheFamily (France) 9. Le Hub Bpifrance (France) 10. ideaSpace (UK) 11. Startupbootcamp (Multiple countries) 25. 25 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Corporate Venture Capital is involved in 14% of all European deals and 19% of all capital raised. The top deals are Africa Internet Group (AXA, Goldman Sachs, Orange), Skyscanner (Yahoo Japan) and Sigfox (Salesforce, Total, Intel, Tamer Group, Air Liquide). The deal with the largest number of corporates investing in a single deal is Brussels based FinTech scaleup Belgian Mobile Wallet with Proximus, Orange, Telenet, Belfius, BNP Paribas Fortis, KBC and ING as investors. MOST ACTIVE CORPORATE VENTURE CAPITAL 2016 1. Salesforce (US) 2. MAIF (France) 3. Intel (US) 4. Orange (France, Belgium) 5. SNCF (France) 6. Robert Bosch (Germany) 7. Telefónica (Spain) 8. Goldman Sachs (US) 9. Nokia (Finland) 10. Rakuten (Japan) 26. 26 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL The most active 2016 venture investor in Europe is the French government. Bpifrance is a French public fund and involved in 23% of all deals in France. MOST ACTIVE INVESTORS BREAKDOWN OF INVESTORS 1. Bpifrance (France) 2. Index Ventures (Switzerland) 3. Global Founders Capital (Germany) 4. Kima Ventures (France) 5. High-Tech Gründerfonds (Germany) 6. Sunstone Capital (Denmark) 7. Balderton Capital (UK) 8. European Commission 9. IDInvest (France) 10. Holtzbrinck Ventures (Germany) VC 63% Family Office 11% PE 9% CVC 9% Government 7% 27. 27 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Europe saw 22 IPOs of technology companies in 2016 totalling € 3.4B. 7 IPOs are from Swedish tech companies. That fact in itself is remarkable and even more so that also Austrian game studio THQ Nordic went public In Stockholm. So did Catena Media from Malta. The Nordics saw both the youngest and oldest company going public, Cellink founded in 2016 and Nets founded in 1968. Irish Oneview Healthcare went public in Australia and Belgian Moovly in Canada. Only 2 European scaleups went public on Nasdaq in Wall Street: German Trivago and French Talend. IPO PER COUNTRY 2016 1. Sweden (Three Gates, Frisq, Cellink, Crunchfish, Edgeware, Appspotr, Smart Eye) 2. UK (LoopUp, FreeAgent, CMC Markets, Creo Medical, ECSC Group) 3. France (Witbe, Kerlink, Talend) 4. Belgium(Moovly) 5. Denmark (Nets) 6. Ireland (Oneview Healthcare) 7. Netherlands (Takeaway.com) 8. Germany (Trivago) 9. Austria (THQ Nordic) 10. Malta (Catena Media) 28. 28 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Media for equity is a small portion of the growth capital mix for European scaleups. They took part in 7 deals totalling € 35M. The most active investor using this model is Swedish Aggregate Media involved in 4 deals. Spanish Media Digital Ventures was involved in 2 deals. This type of investment goes mainly to B2C companies typically active in HRTech. MEDIA FOR EQUITY 2016 1. Job Today (Luxembourg) via Channel 4, German Media Pool 2. CornerJob (Spain) via Media Digital Ventures 3. Hundredrooms (Spain) via Media Digital Ventures 4. Vakanta (Sweden) via Aggregate Media 5. Nextory (Sweden) via Aggregate Media 6. Fello (Sweden) via Aggregate Media 7. Billogram (Sweden) via Aggregate Media 29. OUTLIERS IN THE EuropeAN SCALEUP ECOSYSTEM 2016 29 • Cellink, a Swedish 3D bioprinter company; is been established in January 2016 and went public 10 months later raising € 15M on Nasdaq First North; • Nets, a Danish FinTech company, is the oldest technology company to raise capital in Europe. It was established in 1968 and went public in September 2016 raising € 2.1B; • Finnish FinTech scaleup Tapp Commerce announced a € 8M series A round in June 2016 only to declare bankruptcy 6 months later; • Icelandic gaming company Plain Vanilla, makers of QuizUp, raised nearly € 7M in January 2016 and being acquired in December by its investor Glu mobile; • German FinTech company Payleven received almost € 9M in funding in February and got acquired by SumUp only 2 months later; • Bitcoin mining hardware maker KNC Miner from Stockholm received in January € 2.8M in a series B but had to close down in August of 2016; • Norwagian Norsk Titanium, a 3D printing company, raised 4 times capital in 2016, totaling at least € 26M; • Iconomi, based in the Czech Republic, raised € 9.3M in an Initial Coin Offering; 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL 30. EuropeAN scaleups WITH REMARKABLE BUSINESS MODELS OR TECHNOLOGY 30 • France: Alpha MOS, (Manufacturing), H4D (HealthTech), Reezocar (eCommerce), Navya Tech (Automotive), Aryballe Technologies (Manufacturing), Sensorwake (IoT), Sea Bubbles (Mobility), Dawex (Business Intelligence) & Yelloan (FinTech); • Germany: America (Retail), AX-Semantics (MediaTech), Adnymics (AdTech) & Lilium Aviation (Aerospace); • UK: Latimer (CivicTech), Audio Analytic (Security), Crowdsurfer (FinTech), What3words (Supply Chain), Gluru (Business Intelligence), Resolver (Consumer Services), Electric Jukebox (MusicTech), Luminance (LegalTech), Funeralbooker (eCommerce), DriveTribe (MediaTech) & Prowler (VR); • Spain: Forever Us (eCommerce) & source{d} (HRTech); • Norway: Stingray Marine Solutions (AgriTech) & Kahoot! (EdTech); • Sweden: Werlabs (HealthTech) ?& Leasify (FinTech) • Switzerland: EcoRobotix (AgriTech) • Finland: KNL Networks (Telecom) & Eve-Tech (Manufacturing) • Ireland: eCurrency Mint (FinTech), UrbanVolt (Utilities) • Belgium: Sihto (HealthTech) • Denmark: Churchdesk (Business Servives) & AthGene (HealthTech) 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL 31. EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report EuropeAN VENTURE CAPITAL Click on the above link to access the full dataset 31 32. METHODOLOGY 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report METHODOLOGY 32 33. 33 scaleups, not startups, are generating added value, create jobs, expand international and create economic value for stakeholders and society. This group is attracting the lion share of (venture) capital, in some countries of up to 90% of all capital. In other words, we use the Pareto distribution rule to create an accurate view on the venturing landscape. Only deals of at least $1M / € 750K are considered. We encourage you to review the methodology to better understand the numbers presented in this report. We use a data-driven approach to track financing activity for European tech companies. Companies includes web, app, mobile, digital products and services, software, marketplace, connected hardware, data-driven and HardTech companies. Companies that have their HQ or launched in Europe are considered. LifeScience and BioTech (except software solutions targeting this industry), non digital CleanTech, eCommerce (Hallofresh, Zalando etc) and research institutes are excluded. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report METHODOLOGY 34. 34 Deals with a non-disclosed value or lacking value indication are not counted. If an amount is described as a seven-figure number, the lowest possible value has been counted. Funding is registered based on announcement date. All currencies (USD, GBP, CHF, SEK etc) are converted to Euro using aonda.com. The number of employees is captured on the moment of fund raising and based on the press release, LinkedIn, Xing, Viadeo or the company’s website. The founding year and location is based on information in press releases, company website, Crunchbase, LinkedIn or Xing. If deal information is being detected or corrected after closing the month, quarter or year, it will be included in future reports. Funding of both private and public companies are considered. Debt financing, IPOs, media for equity, crowdfunding, Initial Coin Offering, private placements, post IPO equity, private equity, grants and convertible loans are included. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report METHODOLOGY 35. 35 THE CATEGORIES ARE: Accountancy, AdTech, Aerospace, AgriTech, Automotive, Business Intelligence, Business Services, CivicTech, Consumer Services, Cybersecurity, Document Management, eCommerce, EdTech, Entertainment, FinTech, FoodTech, Gaming, HealthTech, HRTech, IoT, IT services, LegalTech, Manufacturing, MediaTech, MICE, Mining & Environmental services, Mobility, MusicTech, PropTech, Retail, Security, Semiconductors, Software development, SportTech, Supply Chain, Telecom, Travel, Utilities and Virtual Reality THE COUNTRIES ARE: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and UK. Data of Turkey and Israel is being used as a benchmark for Europe. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report METHODOLOGY 36. 36 Omar Mohout is a former technology entrepreneur currently active as Growth Engineer at Sirris. Mohout is a widely published technology author, C-level advisor to high growth startups as well as Fortune 500 companies and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Antwerp Management School. He is author of 'Pricing Strategies for Startups', ‘The Belgian startup landscape’, ‘Crowdfunding in Belgium’ and the popular 'Startup Master Class series'. A contributing author to the ‘100 Days Digital Marketing Plan’ and ‘The Future of Business’ books. Mohout is a columnist; Co-chair of the Circle Of Growth, Organizer of the Growth Hacking Meetup, Co-founder of the #BeTech Community and Member of the Board of Directors at Startups.be, Teamleader and Aproplan. He is also a mentor at Founder Institute, IdeaLabs, Startathlon, Virtuology Academy, Flanders DC, Nexxworks and Belgium Ambassador at World Startup report. Mohout is a keynote speaker and panellist on technology, entrepreneurship and innovation topics at leading conferences. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report ABOUT THE AUTHOR 37. 37 Sirris, the collective centre of the Belgian technology industry, helps companies with the implementation of technological innovations, enabling them to strengthen their competitive position over the long-term. Sirris helps you make the best technological choice and rapidly turn your innovations into marketable products and services. The Sirris experts visit companies on site, offer technological advice, launch innovation paths, and provide guidance to reach the implementation phase. The aim is to find applicable solutions to the real challenges faced by technology entrepreneurs and startups. Sirris guides technology companies to a higher level of know-how and expertise in a wide range of domains. The in-house experts provide a broad range of technological and go-to-market knowledge. Where necessary, Sirris relies also on external knowledge partners, including specialized companies, universities, knowledge centres, and research institutions. For more information on how Sirris can help your company success, please visit www.sirris.be. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report ABOUT SIRRIS 38. 38 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report SOURCES SPECIAL THANKS Serkan Ünsal, startups.watch for covering Turkey and Tech.eu for the most detailed coverage of Europe WEBSITES & NEWSLETTERS 150sec, agfundernews.com, allbrain.org, alliancy.fr, alloweb.org, angellist, arcticstartup, avoltapartners, barcinno, beauhurst, breakit.se, businessinsider.com, calaofinance.com, cbinsights, cityam.com, cmuportugal.org, coindesk, companisto.com, datafox, datanews.be, dealroom, derbrutkasten, deutsche-startups.de, digital.di.se, dn.no, dublinglobe.com, e52.nl, economyup.it, emeastartups.com, enterprise.cam.ac.uk, eu-startups, finanznachrichten.de, finsmes, fora.ie, frenchweb.fr, funderbeam.com, geektime.com, gigaom.com, GIMV, globalcorporateventuring.com, noah conference, go4venture.com, goalEurope.com, goodnewsfinland.com, gruenderszene.de, high- tech-gruenderfonds.de, ideaspace.cam.ac.uk, Index.co, itespresso.fr, ivca.ie, ivc-online.com, journaldunet.com, jvpvc.com, labsoflatvia.com, lesechos.fr, lightwaveonline, linkis.com, loogic, maddyness.com, marketwatch, mattermark, myfrenchstartup.com, nocamels.com, nordurskautid.is, oresundstartups.com, palico.com, Pando.com, parisandco.com, parkwalkadvisors.com, pehub, pitchbook, portugalstartups.com, prnewswire, rudebaguette.com, scotsman.com, seedrs.com, shifter.no, siliconcanals, siliconrepublic.com, spotfolio.com, startablish.at, startupitalia.eu, startupjuncture, startups.be, startups.co.uk, startups.watch, startupticker, swedishstartupspace.com, syncni.com, syndicateroom.com, tech.eu, techberlin.com, techcitynews, techCrunch.com, techsite.io, theheureka.com, thetechportal.com, toftecompany.com, trendingtopics.at, trendsonline.dk, unquote, usine-digitale, vc-Europe, wall-street.ro, webcapitalriesgo.com, webrazzi, websummit, widoobiz SOCIAL MEDIA Abyssinia, amaigre, atizo, AudingaJa, AudingaJar, austrianstartup, Barcinno, BeTech_, blpoland, boostturku, bot_innovation, Brainport_regio, breakit_se, BridgeBudapest, cdixon, chrysalisleap, chulu, ClujHub, CowboyGamedevBt, cphftw, csdeptucy, CyprusInno, davidcohen, Digital_Magics, dinaistwitting, DStartups, dublin_startups, dziennik, El_Startupero, Emerce, EndeavorGr, ericries, etohum, festivaluprise, frontiersci, goodnewsfinland, growthfunders, gruenderszene, health_xl, HelloPirates, hightechcampus, how_to_web, HUB13_Helsinki, hubvilnius, ICTSpring, ID_GC, ImpactHubBA, ImpactHubRO, impacthubzurich, ineshaeufler, InkubatorStart, inkubatorypl, Innovaspain, InnovAthens, InternetWeekLJ, istanbulstartup, iTXFROM, joonathan, JouveSud, Kbinkubators, KBinkubators, keskkyla, 39. 39 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report SOURCES SOCIAL MEDIA (CONT.) labsoflatvia, LAUNCHub, Leapfunder, LeumiTech, LisbonChallenge, LOFFICEbudapest, louishavri, LuceyFund, Lupacz, MadeinJLM, marketerslu, MassChallengeUK, masteringrowth, metavallon, miniforetak, MMKlaszter, MusicHackFest, NCBR_pl, nestholma, NeulogyVC, NewTrendBG, NoCamels, NorthstarVent, OsloInnoEmbassy, placeprint_mktg, ppmessengerpp, ProgramaMinerva, pt_startups, rp_teknoloji, Rubixlab, sama, saminnovatorene, sbcCopenhagen, SDigestCork, SeedstarsWorld, sektorfuenf, SICampNorway, SiliconLux, siliconvikings, SkatteFUNN, Smart_Ireland, SmartCity4Italy, socialbakers, sprout_nl, STAkrog, StarCubeCZ, startitup_sk, startup_italia, Startup_Kingdom, Startup_Podcast, StartUpBraga, startupbrett, StartupCampSK, startupestonia, startupgrind_LU, startupiceland, startupireland, startupjobsite, STARTUPLISBOA, StartupRVK, StartupsBe, startupturkey, startupvcnews, startupyard, StartUscc, stefanlundell, STHLMTech, summitdesignatx, swluxembourg, SwPrivateequity, Tech_Acad_Fin, tech_eu, TechBritannia, TechHubBuc, TechHubRiga, Technoport_, thecoulroom, thinkubator_dk, timwcap, tyinternety, VC_watcher, venturelab_ch, version2dk, Vienna_CM, VirginStartUp, webcampzg, webrazzi, whiteboardmag, WHMeanor, ZIPZg, KairosSocietyHU, SitraFund, ForumVirium, Tech_Acad_Fin, ReloadGreece, colabathens, bitspiration, NCBR_pl, blpoland, dziennik, CyberparkTGB, rp_teknoloji, sosyalmedyaco, IATurkije, czechcrunch, PerpetuumZg, helgosson, StartupGrindSWE, ZuoraEMEA, nyteknik, CampusLondon, growthfunders, VirginStartUp, MassChallengeUK, CognicityCW, INiTS_at, austrianstartup, IPNunes, SDigestCork, RyanAcademy, , LuceyFund, CrowdfundSpirit, kurtfinance, JouveSud, FuenteLatina, Silicon_wadi, BuildStuffLT, hightechcampus, HollandFinTech, Leapfunder, IMPACT_acc, ProgramaMinerva, playinglean, , Teknisk, NorskVenture, StartupLabNo, rp_teknoloji, sosyalmedyaco, sbcIstanbul, DLDConference, VC_watcher, startupradioDE, HTGF_, Lupacz, tyinternety, EconomyUp, SmartCity4Italy, Puglia_Startup, how_to_web, SeedstarsWorld, JeanneMazuret, ParkwalkAdvisor 40. 40 No dataset is complete and this report provides an indication of reality only. Comparing to reports of other providers on similar subjects is partly possible when taking into account the different methodologies. This report has been compiled for informational purpose only and should not be regarded as a solicitation to invest in any entity. This report relies on data and insights from a wide range of public and private sources and we can’t be hold responsible for the completeness and accuracy of the information provided. This report may freely be distributed, republished and posted as long as the content is not modified, decompiled or reference to the source is being removed. 2016 EuropeAN SCALE UP report DISCLAIMER 41. OmarMohout omohout @omohout Omar-Mohout FOLLOW OMAR ON LinkedIn Slideshare Twitter Facebook
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