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CNBC Disruptor 50

Sponsored by Nasdaq, the CNBC Disruptor 50 list are some of the most forward-thinking, innovative, ambitious companies disrupting marketplaces, industries, and mega brands.

The CNBC Disruptor 50 List

CNBC D50 2017 LogoSponsored exclusively by Nasdaq, the 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50 list will include the most innovative and ambitious companies in a variety of industry sectors. It will be made up of forward-thinkers flush with fresh ideas that will likely change the world. 

They likely are already disrupting marketplaces, industries, and mega brands. They are the Googles, Ubers, and Airbnbs creating change and new industries. 

Nasdaq is a proud sponsor of CNBC's Disruptor 50 List that showcases these engines of entrepreneurialism who represent transformative technologies and business models in an array of industries and market sectors. 

Overview of Nomination Process

Does your company — or a company you represent or invest in — have what it takes to be a CNBC Disruptor?

The deadline to submit the 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50 Nominee Submission Form is Monday, Feb. 6, 2017. Submit your nomination by clicking here.

Nominees will be put through a holistic process of research and scoring, using a proprietary blend of quantitative criteria, such as valuation, venture capital raised and estimated user growth, along with qualitative criteria, including originality, regulatory environment and scalability.

Winners will be notified in April, and the list will be published soon after across CNBC's TV and digital platforms.

Past Disruptors & Nasdaq

Over the years, Nasdaq has attracted a variety of disruptive companies that IPO'd on Nasdaq. Many of these disruptors have been acquired by other Nasdaq-listed companies and have become part of our family of companies in that manner. 

And as a company that has disruption in its DNA, we often find ourselves utilizing the tools, applications, and services that many of the past CNBC Disruptor 50 provide to their respective marketplaces. 

Below is an overview of past CNBC Disruptor 50 companies that have a Nasdaq affiliation.

2013 Disruptors                          
Nasdaq Affiliation
NASDAQ:  YHOO -- Purchased by Yahoo in 2013
NASDAQ:  FB -- Purchased by Facebook in 2014
NASDAQ Private Market Client
NASDAQ Private Market Client via Second Market acquisition
NASDAQ Private Market Client
2014 Disruptors             
Nasdaq Affiliation
Skybox Imaging  
NASDAQ:  GOOG -- Purchased by Google (Alphabet Inc.) in 2014
NASDAQ:  YHOO -- Purchased by Yahoo in 2014
NASDAQ Private Market Client
2015 Disruptors             
Nasdaq Affiliation
NASDAQ Private Market Client, Inaugural client for Nasdaq Linq -- blockchain technology
NASDAQ Private Market Client
NASDAQ Private Market Client

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