Crunchbase Unicorn Leaderboard

Leaderboard of private companies with > $1BN Valuations

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Leaderboards. Should make one for investors.
@stewartjarod Social Capital Partnership did. Ranked by diversity: https://www.theinformation.com/f... A leaderboard of companies by valuation is like a leaderboard of athletes ranked by their salary contracts. It's a proxy for value. Granted, other reliable public metrics for private companies are hard to come by, but this singular focus on valuation is destructive to the startup ecosystem.
@stewartjarod Hi Jarod, you can check out the CrunchBase Investor Leaderboard here – https://www.crunchbase.com/inves... Let us know what you think!
@kelskamin Thanks! That's great.
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The Crunchbase Unicorn Leaderboard is a: "Curated leaderboard of private companies with post-money valuations of $1 billion or more is based on CrunchBase data. New companies are added to the list as they reach the $1 billion valuation mark. Data for companies already on the leaderboard is updated when there is a new funding or valuation. Valuations credibly reported but not officially confirmed are marked with an asterisk."
There are 3 separate views to check out as you're exploring the CrunchBase Unicorn Leaderboards: 1) Today's Unicorns: a list of private companies with post-money valuations of $1 billion or more 2) Exited Unicorns: companies that reached a valuation of $1B or more as private companies, and subsequently exited by acquisition or IPO 3) Emerging Unicorns: private companies with valuations above $500M and below $1B Last updated on October 26, 2015 – we're tracking 211 current, exited, and emerging billion-dollar companies across 19 locations and 15 sectors. We aim to update the leaderboards with new information as frequently as possible. Please reach out to our team at feedback@crunchbase.com if a company needs to be added or data needs to be updated. So go ahead, play around and let us know what you think. If you have any questions, feel free to ask here. P.S. For any fellow graph geeks + those interested in more unicorn analysis – www.techcrunch.com/2015/09/16/cr...