VR Companies With More Than 50% Employee Growth in the Last Six Months

26 Companies
List last updated: May 12, 2017

These are ten US Virtual Reality companies that have grown headcount more than 50% in the last six months ranked by Mattermark Growth Score. The Mattermark Growth Score is a measure of how quickly a company is gaining traction at a given point in time. It incorporates web traffic, social traction, and business growth metrics like employee growth and funding. Indicators like growth score can help you find and capitalize on more opportunities by reaching out to the right companies at the right time.

Mattermark Filters Used: (1) Country = USA (2) Keyword = VR OR Keyword = Virtual Reality (3) Employee Count >= 4 (4) Employee Growth Last 6 Months >= 50 (5) Stage IS NOT Exited

Name Growth Score* Mindshare Score** Employees Employee Growth Total Funding Stage
UploadVR 446 338 46 44% 1.3M pre series a
High Fidelity 270 199 41 41% 37.9M c
NextVR 378 175 85 35% 115.5M b
8i 226 41 82 58% 40.5M c
Neurable 231 197 13 18% 2.3M pre series a
Seismic Games 146 103 45 73% 4.2M a
VRScout 201 201 20 1,900% 0 no known funding
ImmersiveTouch, Inc. 115 115 10 67% 0 no known funding
FullDive 32 32 12 50% 0 no known funding
Fish Bowl -5 -13 5 150% 228K pre series a
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* Growth Score: is a measure of how quickly a company is gaining traction at a given point in time. It incorporates web traffic, social traction, and business growth metrics like employee growth and funding. Companies who see growth across these signals are typically more likely to continue to grow as a result.
** Mindshare Score: Higher scores indicate sustained, steeper growth of public interest across several external signals. Negative scores indicate declining customer interest.
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