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The below chart summarizes video technology year-to-date exit activity compared to last year. There were 6 exits in Q1 2020, which is a 33% drop from Q1 2019. A quarter of the way through 2020, and we are at 19% of the 2019 full-year exit activity.Read More
The below chart shows video technology exit activity over time. As you can see, video technology exit activity achieved a banner year in 2017, and then dropped in 2018 before rising in 2019 to 31 exits.Read More
The below chart shows video technology funding over time and calls out the largest funding rounds in recent years. As you can see, video technology funding grew rapidly from 2015 to 2017, and remained generally stable thereafter.Read More
The video technology industry has seen $43B in all-time funding through Q3 2019. Let's examine the graphic below and analyze which of the 11 video technology categories are leading the sector in total funding amounts.Read More
Our sector maps are snapshots of our emerging technology reports. We show the categories that make up a sector and how many startups are within each category. We also present a random sampling of the startups that are innovating in each category.Read More
How do the different video technology categories compare in terms of exit activity? Let’s find out in the graph below, which shows the number of all-time video technology acquisitions and IPOs by category through Q3 2019.Read More
How has the exit activity for video technology developed in the first half of 2019? This blog post explores video technology exit metrics through Q2 2019 and compares them to previous years. The graph below shows the number of video technology exits by year, stacked by quarters.
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