What are the most valuable tech startups as of 2013?
I’m sure that you’ll recognize quite a few of the tech companies on the list but, in a world where dozens of tech startups are born every single day, it is sometimes important to take a step back and look at which startups have been most successful.
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The list below includes startups that have been founded since 2004 – using Facebook’s 2004 founding as a starting point for analyzing the current most valuable startups.
An infographic (posted below) was recently published by Staff.com and includes the following statistics related to the most valuable tech startups:
Year that the startup was founded.
Estimated valuation of the startup.
Number of employees employed by the startup.
How much capital has been raised by the startup.
The infographic includes the most valuable 13 startups since 2004 but, for quick reference, here is a list of the 5 most valuable tech startups since 2004:
Facebook ($48 billion)
Twitter ($5.25 billion)
Workday ($4 billion)
Dropbox ($4 billion)
Groupon ($3.56 billion)
Click on the infographic below for the full size version.
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