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Today we are excited to introduce our Law Technology sector landscape. This sector includes legal research companies, companies that focus on enterprise software for attorneys, platforms to aid attorneys throughout discovery, and many more. The sector map for the Law Technology sector is attached below. We are currently tracking over 173 companies in 8 categories across 8 countries, with a total of $968 Million in funding. To see the full list of companies, contact us using the form on www.venturescanner.com.
The legal cannabis industry has seen significant growth over the past few years, with many companies receiving big rounds of funding from investors such as Founders Fund, DCM Ventures, and 500 Startups. We are currently tracking over 168 companies across 7 categories in the Cannabis Technology sector. The sector map is attached below. To see the full list of 168 companies in the Cannabis Technology sector, contact us using the form on www.venturescanner.com.
Today we are featuring Eaze in our Company Player Card series. Eaze is an on-demand healthcare delivery service that enables patients to access medical marijuana easily, quickly, and professionally. Eaze links dispensaries and their drivers to patients. The company was founded in July 2014 and has raised $11.5 million in 2 rounds of funding. To see the full list of companies in the Cannabis Technology sector, contact us using the form on www.venturescanner.com.
This is the third of a four-part series on how Venture Scanner enables corporations to research, identify, and connect with innovative companies. In the first post, we laid out our four-step process. In the second post, we dove into the first step in the process, exhaustively scanning emerging sectors. In this post, we'll review how we shortlist a set of companies that should be top-of-mind.
The analysts at Venture Scanner provide coverage of different sectors and the companies within them. Here is a summary of some of the sectors that we are covering and their respective visual maps. To see the full list of companies, contact us using the form on www.venturescanner.com.
This is the second of a four part series on how Venture Scanner enables corporations to research, identify, and connect with innovative companies. In the first post, we laid out our four-step process, and in this post we will dive into the first step in the process.
This is the first of a four part series on how Venture Scanner enables corporations to research, identify, and connect with innovative companies. In this post, we will layout our four-step process and in the next set of posts we will go deeper on each of the four steps.
One of the top requests from you, our community, is to be able to quickly get a sense for how companies within categories stack up against one another. It is very common for some categories, like Automotive Telematics, Social Media Marketing, and Consumer Lending, to have over 100 companies within them. This makes identifying the short list of companies to meet with and vet for business partnerships a very arduous task.
I analyzed the data on the sectors we are covering and graphed the median age of the companies within each sector.Not surprisingly, Bitcoin is the youngest sector with a median company age of 1 year and Marketing Automation, Connected Transportation, and Future of TV/Video are the most mature sectors with a median company age of 6 years.NaderRead More
Last week I looked at sectors poised for growth based on the percent of companies within a sector that have received funding. This week I sliced the data slightly differently to see if it would teach me anything new. I looked at the average funding per company per sector, for the companies that have received funding.Anteing Up: Bitcoin, 3D Printing, and IoT seem to be in the anteing up phase of funding. Investors are placing small bets and watching for companies to breakout to double down on.Doubling Down: Digital Health, Marketing Automation, Financial Technology, Retail Technologies, and Future of TV/Video seem to be in the doubling down phase of funding. Investors have spotted potential winners and have doubled down on their bets.All In: Connected Transportation seems to be in the all in phase of funding. A select group of winners are emerging with investors placing much bigger bets on them.NaderRead More