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Tech M&A has totaled $136.2 billion in 2020, more than double the year-ago levels.  This is according to data provider Dealogic as reported by Kane Wu's from Reuters. 

COVID-19 has forever changed how businesses operate, communicate, sell, market, and recruit, all powered by technologies. The force also propelled the tech stock market rally in 2020.  Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft are all in super strong positions to continue their buying spree in 2021. 

Based on my research, here are some of the most notable M&A deals just for the first five months of 2021:

P.S. I am hosting Raymond Liao, Samsung Next Ventures on June 14, 2021 at FoundersHK Capital Conversation.  Join us.

This week a total of 40 startups raised $1.765B in funding, M&As:

  • $374M goes to 13 Enterprise startups
  • $40M goes to 1 Mobile startup
  • $516M goes to 5 FinTech startups
  • $150M goes to 1 Real Estate startup
  • $29M goes to 2 Recruiting startups
  • $10.3M goes to 1 Food Delivery startup
  • $8M goes to 1 Gaming startup
  • $5.2M goes to 2 Marketplace startups
  • $5M goes to 1 Wearables startup
  • $168M goes to 6 Healthcare startups
  • $173M goes to 3 BioTech startups
  • $250M goes to 1 Renewable Energy startup
  • $17.5M goes to 1 Aerospace startup
  • $19M goes to 2 Other startups
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Edith

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