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In 2016 there were more than 3350+ tech exits. While IPO activity was sluggish in the first half of 2016, we saw a rebound in global IPO activity in the second half of 2016 with more than 60 IPOs such as Nutanix, The Trade Desk, and Apptio.


This webinar will cover M&A and IPO trends over the past few years. Additionally, we'll highlight global venture-backed exit trends as well as the most active tech startup acquirers in 2016. 


We'll also dive into:

  • The more than 60 IPOs in the second half of 2016 including The Trade Desk, Apptio, and Coupa Software, among others
  • Unicorn exits such as Dollar Shave Club, Jet, Skyscanner and AppDynamics
  • VCs and CVCs with the largest number of exits in 2016
  • The most active acquirers of tech startups in 2016 which includes Google and Accenture, among several others

Global Tech Exits 2016

Benjamin Waxman is an Analyst at CB Insights with focus on real estate and other verticals. Prior to analyzing startups and venture capital at CB Insights, Ben worked at Resonant Venture Partners and Lazarus Investment Partners.


Ben is a graduate of the University of Michigan. His research has been cited in CNBC, Reuters, among other publications.

Ben Waxman

Research Analyst

@benjaminwaxman

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