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Consumer technology has never been more dynamic, with sectors such as e-commerce, financial technology, digital health and online learning morphing along with ever-changing consumer behaviors. Our consumer-tech practice leverages decades of experience and a focus on the future to spot new opportunities and help great companies grow, with a specific focus on online, consumer marketplaces.


This Battery Marketplace Index, first announced at The Marketplace Conference in San Francisco in 2019, tracks the world’s largest marketplace companies. To be included, companies need to be listed on one of the major global stock exchanges and boast a market capitalization of $500 million or more. We update the index at the close of each calendar quarter.

Why did we launch the index? Because today, increasingly sophisticated marketplaces—online hubs matching buyers and sellers of a particular product or service—represent some of the world’s most high-profile consumer businesses, and they’re generating a large amount of value for investors. It’s hard to imagine life without consumer marketplaces today: We order food through Doordash, book trips through Airbnb, listen to music through Spotify and, of course, get around town with Uber and Lyft. Below, you can learn more about the specific companies in the Battery Marketplace Index; read our latest marketplace thought leadership; and check out Battery’s entire portfolio of consumer-tech investments.

*Exchanges tracked include NASDAQ, NYSE, SEHK, XTRA, ENXTAM, TSE


Consumer Portfolio Companies

Any investments or portfolio companies mentioned, referred to, or described on this page are not representative of all investments in investment funds managed by Battery and there can be no assurance that the investments will be profitable or that other investments made in the future will have similar characteristics or results. Exits include current and former Battery portfolio companies which have been acquired as well as companies which have undergone an initial public offering or direct public offering of shares. Battery funds may continue to hold investments in certain publicly traded companies on this list. For a full list of all Battery investments, please click here. Further, the list of investments is updated periodically and as such may not reflect most recent Battery investments. No assumptions should be made that any investments identified were or will be profitable. It should not be assumed that recommendations in the future will be profitable or equal the performance of the companies identified.