What if you could crunch data to find the most undervalued players in the startup world? Toronto-based Cdling Capital Services Inc. thinks it can.
A Toronto company is using Moneyball-like metrics to rank the most valuable - and undervalued - players in the startup world.
Cdling (pronounced ‘seedling’) Capital Services Inc. has developed an analytics platform that measures the reputational influence of people within the startup ecosystem, including investors, company founders and experts. By analyzing data about them — such as their social connections and links to financing deals - the program ranks these players by how much clout and impact they have in the startup realm.