Investment in Internet of Things Start-ups in Europe

Venture Funding Activity and Acquisitions Exceeded $500 Million in H1 2016

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With rapid technological advances in IoT, the number of connected devices is expected to be about 20 billion by 2020. This calls for an effective contribution from start-ups, as their lean structure is especially conducive for speedy development and growth. However, other ecosystem participants such as large tech companies and venture capitalists (VCs) need to support start-ups with funds and expertise at the right time to help them tide over any resource crunch and achieve their goals. This study seeks to put in perspective the existing VC trends in the IoT industry in Europe.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Questions That This Report Will AnswerMethodology—Data Gathering and AnalysisMethodology—Vertical SegmentationMethodology—Horizontal SegmentationOverview—Sources of IoT Venture Funding Definitions—Funding SourcesIoT Financing Environment Venture Capital Funds—An OverviewVenture Capital Funds—An Overview (continued)Venture Capital Funds—Selection CriteriaCorporate Venture Funds—An OverviewCorporate Venture Funds—An Overview (continued)Corporate Venture Funds—Selection CriteriaGovernment Funds—An OverviewGovernment Funds—Selection CriteriaAccelerators—The New Crop of InvestorsCreation of New Funding InitiativesCreation of New Funding Initiatives (continued)Creation of New Funding Initiatives (continued)IoT Venture Funding Trends in EuropeMacro Trends—Europe is at an Early Stage of DevelopmentMacro Trends—IoT Considered Key to National GrowthFunding Hotspots—UK and France Lead ActivityMost European Start-ups Receive Funding in <$5m RangeFunding Criteria—Market Presence is Vital Start-ups Use Funds to Grow Market Presence Efforts to Increase Investments in European IoT Start-upsEfforts to Increase Investments in European IoT Start-ups (continued)Efforts to Increase Investments in European IoT Start-ups (continued)Vertical and Horizontal Investments Trends Investments by Vertical SectorInvestments by Technology SegmentMergers and Acquisitions in IoTMergers and Acquisitions–Market TrendsMergers and Acquisitions–Market Trends (continued)Challenges for Start-ups in Europe IoT funding in Europe–ChallengesIoT funding in Europe–Challenges (continued)Deal Highlights—2013–2016IoT—Global HeadlinesSuccess Indicators–Multiple Rounds of Fundingtado Smart Home Start-up Raises $57 Million over 5 YearsSuccess Indicators–AcquisitionsCorporate InvestmentsCorporate Investments (continued)The Last WordConclusionConclusion and Future TrendsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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