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Unicorn companies(Unicorn Kigyo) has a valuation of 10 billionDollarMore thanUnlisted OfStartup company.. It refers to a company that has four conditions: "within 10 years since its establishment," "valuation of $ 10 billion or more," "unlisted," and "technology company."If it does not meet these four conditions, such as being listed, it will no longer be a unicorn company.The total number is constantly increasing and decreasing depending on the unicorn company that is born and the unicorn company that is leaving.
The top unicorn companies are Decacorn and Hectcorn companies, with Decacorn companies being used by unicorn companies over $ 100 billion and Hectcorn companies being used by unicorn companies over $ 1000 billion.
According to US research firm CB Insights2018As of August, there are 8 unicorn companies.
When Aileen Lee coined the term "unicorn" in 2013, only 39 companies were considered unicorn companies.Harvard Business ReviewIn another survey by2012から2015The start-up company established during2000から2013It turned out to be valued twice as fast as the start-ups founded in.
Shared economyAlso called "collaborative consumption" or "on-demand economy", is based on the concept of sharing personal resources.This tendency to share resources has become three of the top five unicorns (Uber, Didi Chuxing, and Airbnb) to become the world's most valuable startups.recent years[When?]The recession has led consumer spending to more cautious spending, and the sharing economy supports this trend.
E-commerceThe innovation with and gradually inherits the physical location needs of the store brand.A typical example of this is in the United States.the mallIncludes a decrease in.Mall sales in the United States fell from $ 2005 billion in 874 to $ 6000 billion in 2015.Amazon,AlibabaE-commerce companies such as have reduced the need for physical locations to buy consumer goods.Many large companies have seen this trend for some time and are trying to adapt to the trend of e-commerce.WalmartRecently acquired a US e-commerce company for $ 33 billion in an attempt to suit consumer tastes.
Innovative business model
To support the sharing economy, Unicorn and successful start-ups have built an operating model defined as a "network orchestrator."In this business model, there is a network of peers who create value through interaction and sharing.Network orchestras can sell products / services, collaborate, share reviews, and build relationships through business.Examples of network orchestras include all sharing economy companies (Uber, Airbnb), companies where consumers can share information (trips, Yelp), peer-to-peer or business interpersonal sales platforms (ie Amazon, Alibaba).
Data as of October 2018
- Number of unicorn companies: 260
- Total valuation of unicorn companies: $ 840 billion
Top 5 Unicorn Companies
- Chugoku Ant group
- Chugoku ByteDance
- Chugoku Didi Chuxing
- The United States of America Space x
- The United States of America stripe
Number of unicorn companies in the world
According to CB Insights of the United States, as of the end of December 2021, the number of unicorn companies in the world is as follows.
|Ranking||Citizenship||Number of companies|
|1 bit||The United States of America||488|
|2 bit||People's Republic of China||170|
|10 bit||South Korea||11|
- CBINSIGHTS --The Global Unicorn Club (English)