The United States Of Startups: The Most Well-Funded Tech Startup In Every US State
CB Insights database identified the most-well funded VC-backed technology startups by state based on disclosed equity funding. We excluded funding from debt as well as lines of credit, and only considered companies that have raised at least $1M of equity funding since 2015 to date (1/8/18).
Four states did not have any companies that met all our criteria for inclusion in the map: Alaska, Mississippi, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Companies featured in those four states are the most well-funded private tech companies in these states since 2015. They do not have disclosed VC backing. Puerto Rico is excluded from this mapping.
The most well-funded US tech startup is California’s Uber with $13.96B in disclosed equity funding (as of 1/8/18). The company is one of 10 unicorns (companies valued at $1B+) to make the map this year. The others include: VoxMedia, MagicLeap, GreenSky, Avant, DraftKings, Duo-Security, Infor, AvidXChange, and Domo.
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