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Q: I can only view aggregate level information. What happened to company level data and the login feature?

A: The website no longer has a login function and users are no longer able to drill down to the company level.  Due to changes to terms and conditions for use of data, the MoneyTree Report website will only provide aggregate level data.  No users, including VCs, will have access to company level information on the website.  For company level information, please contact our data provider, CB Insights, at info@cbinsights.com.

 

Q: How does the MoneyTree reporting define regions and metro areas?

A. As of Q2 2019, MoneyTree reporting reflects the Core-based statistical area (CBSA) and Combined statistical area (CSA) classifications as established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). According to the OMB:

  • CBSA is a U.S. geographic area that "consists of one or more counties (or equivalents) anchored by an urban center of at least 10,000 people plus adjacent counties that are socioeconomically tied to the urban center by commuting"
  • CSA is a classification the represents a combination (more than one) adjacent statistical areas in the United States and Puerto Rico that can demonstrate economic or social linkage

 

Q: What are the various sector classifications used in the MoneyTree Report?

A: The 20 industries used in the MoneyTree Report are as follows:

Agriculture

Automotive & Transportation

Business Products & Services

Computer Hardware & Services

Consumer Products & Services

Electronics

Energy & Utilities

Environmental Services & Equipment

Financial

Food & Beverages

Healthcare

Industrial

Internet

Leisure

Media (Traditional)

Metals & Mining

Mobile & Telecommunications

Retail (non-internet/mobile)

Risk & Security

Software (non-internet/mobile)

 

Descriptions of each sector can be found in the Definitions section of this website.

 

Q: How can I view the data by metropolitan statistical area (MSA) or city?

A: This information is outside the scope of the MoneyTree Report website. The aggregate data can be viewed by region or state. Descriptions of each region can be found in the Definitions section of this website.

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