Real Estate Technology Investors With the Most Activity

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The real estate technology (proptech) industry has seen $69B in total all time funding. Let's examine the investors financing the real estate technology sector and identify the most active firms. 

The graphic below highlights real estate technology investors based on the number of investments made in the sector. If an investor participates in two investment rounds in the same company (such as a Series A and Series B), that would qualify as two investments for this analysis.

Real Estate Technology Investors With Most Investments

As the graphic demonstrates, 500 Startups has made the most investments in the real estate technology sector with 77 investments. Y Combinator follows with 56 investments. Examples of companies that 500 Startups has invested in include Knotel, Kin Insurance, and TaskRabbit.

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Regulatory Technology Investors With the Most Activity

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The regulatory technology (regtech) industry has seen $10B in total all time funding. Let's now examine the investors financing the regtech sector and identify the most active firms. 

The graphic below highlights regtech investors based on the number of investments made in the sector. If an investor participates in two investment rounds in the same company (such as a Series A and Series B), that would qualify as two investments for this analysis.

Regtech Investors With the Most Investments

As the graphic demonstrates, New Enterprise Associates has made the most investments in the regtech sector with 21 investments. Lightspeed Venture Partners and Accel follow with 20 investments each. Examples of companies that New Enterprise Associates has invested in include Forter, Fugue, DataVisor, and Tigera.

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Insurance Technology Exit Activity Declined in 2018

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As we make our way through Q1 of 2019, let's look back on 2018 and analyze how exit activity for insurance technology (insurtech) compares to previous years. The graphic below shows total annual insurtech exit events over time.

Insurance Technology Exits Over Time

As the graphic demonstrates, 2018 saw a drop in insurtech exit activity compared to the previous year. The 22 exit events in 2018 represent a 44% decrease from the 39 exit events in 2017, which was the highest year on record for exit activity. However, insurtech exits are still on a general upward trend, with a 5-year CAGR of 22% from 2013 to 2018. 

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Retail Technology Investors With the Most Activity

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The retail technology industry has seen $82B in total all time funding. Let's now examine the investors financing the retail technology sector and identify the most active firms. 

The graphic below highlights retail technology investors based on the number of investments made in the sector. If an investor participates in two investment rounds in the same company (such as a Series A and Series B), that would qualify as two investments for this analysis.

Retail Technology Investors With the Most Investments

As the graphic demonstrates, 500 Startups has made the most investments in the retail technology sector with 92 investments. Y Combinator follows with 85 investments. Examples of companies that 500 Startups has invested in include Carousell, Goldbelly, Womply, and ToutApp. The two CVCs rounding out the list include GV and Intel Capital.

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Transportation Technology Funding Experiences Decline in 2018

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As we progress through Q1 of 2019, let's look back on 2018 and analyze how funding in the transportation technology sector compares to previous years. The graphic below shows the total annual transportation technology funding amounts over time. 

Transportation Technology Funding Over Time

As the graphic demonstrates, 2018 saw a drop in transportation technology funding compared to the previous year. The $38B in 2018 represents a 23% decrease from the $49B in 2017, which was the highest year on record. However, transportation technology funding is still on an upward trend, with a 5-year CAGR of 63% from 2013 to 2018. Some of the notable funding events in 2018 include a $2B round for Uber, a $1.5B round for Go-Jek, a $1B round for Grab, and a $1B round for Lucid Motors.

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Transportation Technology Investors With the Most Activity

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The transportation technology industry has seen $158B in total all time funding. Let's now examine the investors financing the transportation technology sector and identify the most active firms. 

The graphic below highlights transportation technology investors based on the number of investments made in the sector. If an investor participates in two investment rounds in the same company (such as a Series A and Series B), that would qualify as two investments for this analysis.

Transportation Technology Investors With Most Investments

As the graphic demonstrates, Y Combinator has made the most investments in the transportation technology sector with 42 investments. Sequoia Capital follows with 41 investments. Examples of companies that Y Combinator has invested in include Convoy, Embark Trucks, Skip Scooters, and Automatic. The three CVCs rounding out the list include Tencent Holdings, BMW i Ventures, and Qualcomm Ventures.

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Internet of Things Funding Experiences Explosive Growth in 2018

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As we make our way through Q1 of 2019, let's look back on 2018 and analyze how funding in the IoT sector compares to previous years. The graphic below shows the total annual IoT funding amounts over time. 

IoT Funding Over Time

As the graphic demonstrates, 2018 was a record year for IoT funding at $26B. It represents a staggering 94% increase from the previous year’s funding. In addition, IoT funding grew at a CAGR of 54% over the past 5 years. Some of the largest funding events in 2018 include a $12.8B round for JUUL, a $1.1B round for View, an $820M round for UBTech Robotics, and a $550M round for Peloton. 

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3D Printing Report Highlights  – Q4 2018

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Here is our Q4 2018 summary report on the 3D printing startup sector. The following report includes a sector overview and recent activity.

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Energy Technology Report Highlights  – Q4 2018

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Here is our Q4 2018 summary report on the energy technology startup sector. The following report includes a sector overview and recent activity.

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Energy Technology Funding By Category

Energy Technology Investors Over Time

Energy Technology Exits Over Time

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Health Technology Investors With the Most Activity

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The health technology industry has seen $84B in total all time funding. Let's analyze the investors financing the health technology sector and identify the most active firms. 

The graphic below highlights health technology investors based on the number of investments made in the sector. If an investor participates in two investment rounds in the same company (such as a Series A and Series B), that would qualify as two investments for this analysis.

Health Technology Investors With Most Investments

As the graphic demonstrates, New Enterprise Associates has made the most bets in the health technology sector with 88 investments. Khosla Ventures follows with 80 investments. Examples of companies that New Enterprise Associates has invested in include Bright Health, Paladina Health, 23andMe, and Collective Health. The two CVCs rounding out the list include GE Ventures and GV.

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