PRESENTING: The 31 buzziest logistics startups that VCs are watching in 2020
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Supply-chain tech attracted a whopping $19.3 billion across 534 deals in 2018, according to Pitchbook. That's way up from previous years; in 2010, venture capitalists invested less than $1 billion total in just 85 deals.
In the early months of 2020, Business Insider is looking at which startups in logistics will see significant investment this year. We asked six of the industry's leading venture capitalists which startups they believe are going to capitalize big time in 2020.
We asked them to highlight the coolest startups in their profile, as well as ones they didn't invest in but are forecasting big things for. The investors were also asked to highlight companies just getting their first seed funding or Series A bucks, as well as bigger names.
Our exclusive BI Prime roundup features the 31 companies they recommended and all of the information you need to know about them.
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31 hot logistics startups that are set to soar in 2020, according to VCs
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