Get the most out of the database and find what you're looking for
Finding the data and companies you need can be quickly done by choosing from a wide variety of advanced filters through the Advanced filters button, typing a keyword into the query bar and/or by using the dropdowns in the column headers. The combination of using advanced filters and dropdowns will allow you to have a clearer and more granular view of the data you need.
Searches can be created from the startups & scaleups, corporates, investors, funding rounds and all sections under the More tab.
Note: Do take into account that each section will have different filter options and thus produce different results.
A search can also be saved and exported right from table view. To save and/or export the search click on the Save, save & export, or Just export button on the right.
Caution: Exporting is a premium feature only available to trial and premium users
If you've chosen to save your search you'll immediately have the option to head over to the saved search. Your saved searches are listed by most recently saved. Alternatively, you can also find it by clicking here or on the target icon next to your name on the top right corner of the page. After clicking on the icon, then click on the Your saved searches button on the right.
Tip: Saved searches give you the option to discover new companies that match your search criteria. You can turn on the alerts to receive daily updates right to your inbox.
Find your saved searches by clicking on the Heart icon on the top of the page. Under the Your Searches tab, you'll be able to view all the saved searches you've made from newest to oldest. Here you can also choose to receive notifications of new matches, make the search public, give guest access, and pin or feature the search.
Here's an example:
Let's say you want to know which European grocery companies are the most valuable right now.
How? Navigate to the startups & scaleups tab:
- Choose Europe as HQ Location
- Add groceries as a Tag (scroll down the list to see it)
- Add acquired as Company status. Now, hover over this filter and click on exclude
- Add Public as Ownership. Also, hover over this filter and click on exclude
- Filter your query by valuation: click on the dropdown menu and choose 'sort from largest to smallest'
Take a look at the search results here.
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