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A recent New York Times article takes a look at how the next generation of billion dollar tech startups will differ from their predecessors.
CB Insights crunched the numbers for the Times and came up with a list of what the venture capital analytics firm thinks could be 50 startups with the potential to reach a $1 billion valuation.
The new generation of startups, the Times reports, is focused on developing software to solve problems for particular industries, such as agriculture, fashion retail or scientific researchers.
That’s a departure from the earlier round of billion dollar startups like airbnb and Uber which focused on using app-based technology to improve things for large groups of consumers, such as vacation travelers or taxi users.
It’s something to consider when you’re deciding to start a technology company.
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