Evropski startapi ove godine uzeli 3x više investicija nego prošle

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Start-ups in the region are on track to haul in a record $121 billion in funding this year, according to a report from venture capital firm Atomico, roughly three times the $41 billion of capital raised in 2020.

It's the first time European start-ups have raised more than $100 billion in a single year, and highlights surging interest from investors in the continent's rapidly-growing tech industry.

Based on findings from data firm Dealroom, Atomico's latest annual "State of European Tech Report" shows that total equity value of European tech companies in the public and private markets surpassed $3 trillion for the first time in 2021.

Europe is now home to 321 billion-dollar "unicorn" companies, 98 of which were minted this year. There are also 26 so-called "decacorns" worth $10 billion or more, including Klarna, Revolut and Checkout.com, according to Atomico.

This year was also a record one for "exits" such as mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings in Europe. A combined $275 billion worth of enterprise value was produced by European tech company exits this year.

Notable deals include British fintech firm Wise's blockbuster direct listing and Finnish food delivery company Wolt's $8.1 billion sale to American rival DoorDash.

Another key driver of growth for Europe's start-ups has been a rise in demand from large international investment firms like Tiger Global, Coatue and SoftBank.


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