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How to use the filters
Accuracy of Data
We contacted all investors listed on the Map with the goal of ensure high quality data: we want to ensure only active investors are listed. Based on the confirmation, we have the different statuses:
Verified:We received detailed stats about recent investments, allowing us to calculate the percentile of investment sizes.
Declared:While we did not receive enough details to calculate percentiles, we received declared data.
Estimated:When we did not receive direct data from the investor.
The structure under which an investor operates impacts their decision process and interaction with entrepreneurs. We use the following definition:
Angel:Acting as a sole individual, usually on a part time basis
Super Angel:Full time Angel. The most active ones sometimes have a team to support them
Accelerator:Program structured to prepare startups to raise their Seed round
Corporate Accelerator:Accelerator runs by one or several corporates
Accelerator:Program structured to prepare startups for further fund raising
Venture Capital (VC):Professional investors who are investing money raised from LPs (Limited Partners). The fund is usually deployed in 3-4 years and has an overall lifetime of 10 years which after it needs to return money to such LPs.
Corporate VC:The fund is backed by one corporate investing sometimes directly from their balance sheet
Government VC:The fund is backed by a government entity
Venture Debt:Loans available for startups
Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV):Legal entity created with an unique pool of investors for a specific round of investment
PE:Private Equity firms aim to take control of companies and usually enter at growth stage
Family Office:While the money comes from an Ultra High Net Worth Individual (or group of). Family offices have professional managers in place