GrowthUP team has made an ultimate research of activity on the Venture Capital Market of Poland in 2016 and want to share our key findings with you.
GrowthUP Group has made a thorough analysis of Venture Capital Market of Poland using best practices and research methodologies available for market analytics. We made a research on 114 Polish VC investment deals and 31 M&A transactions. The report itself contains 16 free charts/infographics to discover most active VCs, top industries, sources of invested capital etc. We also gathered an XLS file that contains data on some deals that was not previously displayed publically that you can buy.
Every person, who is interested in Polish VC market performance in 2016. Especially if you invest in Polish Startups of any stage. Startup company seeking for funding. Analytic House looking for insights about Polish Venture Capital Market.
— See in what companies have invested your competitors.
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— The data includes 89 Seed/Angel deals which are potential candidates for Series A round.
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And get the most comprehensive deals data (amounts, rounds, investors, etc.) about all Polish investments and M&A transactions in 2016 in XLS format for 200$.
To collect data we monitored publicly announced deals from news, corporate blogs, social networks and enriched it with data from databases (Crunchbase, Dealroom, AngelList) and direct information from deal participants (investors and representatives of the companies).
We included only those deals in which the funded company has headquarters (HQ) in Poland or/and at least has one Polish founder (currently lives or lived in Poland when the company was founded).
For acquisitions, this condition works for the company that was acquired and in the case of a merger transaction for at least one of the companies.
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