The 12 European tech startups that are most likely to be worth $1 billion next



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Europe has added 11 companies to its list of "unicorns" in the last 12 months.

Roughly three European tech companies a year have been sold or floated on the stock exchange, or otherwise valued by investors, at $1 billion or more since 2000, according to data from British investment bank GP Bullhound.


But in the last 12 months, Europe has added 11 companies to its list of "unicorns." GP Bullhound's report also sets out which tech firms are likely to see reach billion-dollar valuations next.

Food delivery startup HelloFresh made it onto GP Bullhound's original list, and has already reached billion-dollar status. German credit scoring firm Kreditech, which has just raised another $92 million in Series C funding, could be next.

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