Round 4 has some killer matchups as you’ll see below.
I like walks on the beach and bad pie charts
As the newsletter has grown to 260K, I enjoy many of the great emails I get from you all. Of course, there are some not so great ones too which I share from time-to-time. Remember crazy Ted?
But one thing you’ve bonded with CB Insights on is our collective love of bad pie charts. And, over time, that love has blossomed into more with many of you now sharing “great” charts and graphics with us.
And today, we’re sharing some of the ones you’ve submitted.
The acquisition tops e-commerce M&A deals since 2009 and puts Walmart’s acquisition of Jet.com for $3.3B in second place.
You like %, eh? Well, I got %
According to the graph below (thx Cristoforo Mione),
25% believe it’ll be 26-50%
24% believe it’ll be 51-75%
1% believe it’s gonna be 91-100%
I hope you found that useful.
We look at financing trends to the real estate tech space since 2013. On a quarterly basis, deals are well below the high set in Q3’16, but funding has increased, with Q1’17 seeing the second-largest quarterly funding total ever, behind Q2’16.
We’ll also be diving into investment trends and startups in the real estate tech space next Thursday, April 27th. Sign up for the briefing.
Words, numbers, caps lock
We are diversifying a bit with this one as we don’t usually feature infographics, but this one made by a blind, verbose ransom note maker is too good for you not to see (thx Amy Blaha).
Alright, round 3 is over. Some notable results
Xbox Kinect beat Hoverboards by Razor (finally)
Amazon Echo beat the Kindle
Wii Fit outdid Google Cardboard
Round 4 concludes this Sunday, April 23rd and features some epic matchups:
On the page, readers can hover over each square to see the number of deals in each quarter. CB Insights customers can click on each square to then view the corresponding deals on the CB Insights platform.
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