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Our powerful search engine utilizes a combination of proprietary algorithms, industry-leading keyword tagging, and specialized technology that allows you to analyze verticals and financials at an unprecedented scale.
Our proprietary machine-learning financial modeling combined with highly trained expert data analysts provide unprecedented insights into private company financials.
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March 22, 2023
Hottest Private Industry Trends of 2023
It's essential to stay ahead of the curve and be aware of the latest trends and shifts in the private industries. That's where PrivCo's What's Next in 2023 dataset comes in - our team of expert analysts and researchers have compiled a comprehensive list of trending companies across the hottest industries.
February 13, 2023
Companies That Beat the Odds in 2022
The PrivCo50 list covers the most valuable private companies that raised a sizable funding round in 2022. These companies reflect where venture funding interest remained despite a pullback in overall investments.