In addition to our REST API, we publish a subset of the CrunchBase Dataset in Excel. These monthly exports make it even easier to dive into the history of startups and formulate insights on the evolution of industries. Excel exports are available to academics, journalists, government agencies and members of the CrunchBase Venture Program. Simply complete the request form.
You can keep up with our data releases on the CrunchBase blog and we’ll always link to the latest exports from this page.
Remember that CrunchBase is good, but certainly not perfect. If you find information that is incorrect or missing, please submit updates to the CrunchBase website – any registered user can make changes. Together we can make CrunchBase the definitive database of companies, entrepreneurs, and investors in the technology industry.
Request the Excel Spreadsheet Here (Updated January 26, 2015)
Here’s a quick FAQ and if you have questions, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. More importantly, if you find errors – please update the appropriate CrunchBase profiles. Together we will make this dataset awesome!
Who is eligible to download the Excel export? Excel exports are available to academics, journalists, government agencies and members of the CrunchBase Venture Program.
What are we publishing? You can download an Excel Spreadsheet which contains the following data from CrunchBase:
- Companies which have reported raising money
- Investors (individual and institutional) invested in the aforementioned companies
- Funding rounds in the aforementioned companies
Will this data be updated on a regular basis? Our plan is to make this data available on a monthly basis.
Is there a data-dictionary? No. We think it’s pretty self explanatory.