Restaurant Food Delivery company 'Deliveroo' employee, Billy Shannon at work in Camden Town, north London in November 17, 2016. AFP / DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS
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Europe, which has long trailed Silicon Valley and China when it comes to creating independent global tech giants, is building up a pipeline of more meaty stock market candidates looking to list in 2017, Slush tech startup conference attendees said.Venture capitalists flush with growing funds and on the hunt for the next big thing in tech said firms like Swedish streaming service Spotify, French ride-sharing company BlaBlaCar and Britain's Deliveroo were prime candidates to list.Europe has seen 12 venture-backed tech IPOs raise $760 million through the end of November, according to Pitchbook data. That compares to 17 IPOs by U.S. venture-backed firms which raised $1.6 billion in the same period.
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