Dataminr IPO | Analytics/Big Data | Founded: 2009 | Funding to Date: $1.03B

Dataminr was founded in 2009 by Ted Bailey. The company has not officially endorsed a plan to participate in an IPO. Dataminr provides real-time information discovery solutions for Corporate Security, Finance, Public Sector, News, and PR/Communications industries by monitoring and analyzing public social media activity.

The company has raised over $570 million in Venture Capital funding from investors including Alumini Ventures Group, Fission Ventures, Fidelity, FJ Labs, In-Q-Tel, SharesPost, IVP, Venrock, and Goldman Sachs. Per company press releases, Dataminr last raised approximately $393 million in July of 2018 at a post-money valuation of $1.9 billion.

Date of Last Funding Round June 2018
Value at Last Round $1.64 B
Amount of Last Raise $391.57 MM
Total Funding to Date $570.89 MM

ENTERPRISE VALUE (based on primary fundings)

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Mutual Funds holding Dataminr

  • Fidelity Growth Company - May 2019

  • Fidelity Series Blue Chip Growth Fund - February 2019

  • Fidelity OTC Portfolio - January 2019

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Dataminr, which ingests information from a mix of 100,000 public data sources, and then based on that provides customers real-time insights into ongoing events and new developments, has closed on $475 million in new funding. Dataminr has confirmed that this Series F values the company at $4.1 billion as it gears up for an IPO in 2023.

Yahoo Finance

The New York-based company is poised to more than double its 2018 valuation of $1.6 billion in the new funding round, which is set to feature participation from some existing investors. Dataminr previously received backing from Morgan Stanley’s Tactical Value Fund, MSD Capital, Valor Equity Partners and Goldman Sachs Group Inc.


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