Soaring Investment Is Behind Current Tech Unicorn Boom

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The tech sector is currently booming in key markets. The U.K., the U.S., and Europe are witnessing a huge investment increase in unicorn tech in H12021, with the land of Boris Johnson counting up to 100 start-ups worth more than $1 billion. A great deal of them belongs to the realms of Artificial Intelligence, robotics, and automation. [soros] Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Unicorn BoomHigh-value start-ups have been on the up since 2018. Despite the pandemic decelerating the global economy, experts agree that unicorns are close to their peak as their number has nearly doubled…

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