Since we started, one of the key aims of the team at has been to track all of the funding rounds and exits in Europe, providing the most comprehensive and accurate record and analysis of the European technology scene.

We do this by meticulously monitoring 150+ sources in Europe and across 12+ languages – including Israel, Russia, the Balkans, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey and other countries we consider part of the European technology industry.

This is our third annual report on European tech exits (see 2014 and 2015), and each has proved to be a very valuable resource for corporates, M&A firms, venture capitalists and other prominent actors in Europe’s ecosystem.

You can purchase the full European Tech Exits 2016 report here for just £150.

Key take-aways from the European Tech Exits Report for 2016

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This is just a small taste of our comprehensive report into Europe’s exit scene, so what else can you expect?

– the number of exits (M&A transactions + IPOs) tracked by throughout 2016
– a breakdown of which transaction types were most prevalent
– a look at the total and average size for all disclosed exit deals
– insights into how many exits were disclosed
– a breakdown of which vertical (e.g. ‘FinTech’) delivered the best returns
– insights into how many of the exited companies were backed by venture capital
– insights into where and when most M&A activity in Europe took place
– an analysis of which investors were behind the most successful European tech exits
– a breakdown of which companies were most active in buying European tech companies
– insights into where buyers of European tech companies were located
– a closer look at some of the largest markets in Europe, and some notable exits
– future trends and expectations in European tech M&A and IPO activity

For a deep-dive into the above and our accompanying analysis, you can purchase the full report here for just £150. Any questions? Please use our contact form.

Also read:

EU Tech Funding Report for 2016: last year saw 3,420 deals totalling €16.2 billion

The State of European Tech: The best time to be an entrepreneur

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