• App data on live-streaming and music apps in China: AnthemData
  • Data broker that obtains data by working directly with startups, retailers and satellite data providers in Europe: Suburbia
  • Sentiment data on financial statements to understand when copmanies are diverging from typical language patterns: Fraud Factors
  • Web traffic data and content tagging. Obtained through direct relationship with content publishers: Parsely
  • Web traffic data mapped to company IP addresses to understand what topics employees are researching: Aberdeen
  • Inventory, geo-location, and survey data collected via contracted individuals who visit retail locations and upload geo-tagged photographs on foot traffic, shelve stocking, etc.: Arch Metrics

See public database of 421 data providers and tools/services.


  • Second Measure announced $20mm Series A, led by Bessemer Venture Partners and Goldman Sachs, with the goal of expanding client base deeper into private equity and corporates. (Fortune)
  • Bloomberg Enterprise Access Point (not the terminal) added alternative data from over 20 providers, including ThasosOrbital Insight, and more. (prnewswire)


  • Wayfair (W): Data on U.S. and International sales, preferably by category.
  • Ferrari (RACE): Data on supply to help understand order backlog by model and region.

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  • Opimas, a capital markets consultancy, publishes report estimating that total spend on web-scraping for investment purposes will exceed $1.8bn by 2020. (BI Primesubscription required)
  • Safegraph explains the complexities of using geo-location data to measure store visits, including cleaning various forms of GPS noise and accurately outlining building coordinates. (Safegraph)
  • Guidepoint Qsight data shows how the government shutdown sharply impacted bookings for car rental companies, hotels, and airlines. (Barron's)
  • 40% of buy-side traders surveyed across US and Europe feel that artificial intelligence as it applies to trading is overhyped. (Greenwich Associatespurchase required for full report)