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You don’t need to be in Silicon Valley to do a startup: top 25 startup ecosystems in the world

More interesting data published from Startup Genome project on startup ecosystems throughout the world. (See my previous blog post Startup Genome Project: ESSENTIAL reading for Internet Startups).

From the data gathered so far, the top 25 places to build a startup are listed below. Each ecosystem has its own defining characteristics, for example:

  • Silicon Valley: Biggest throughput. Strong early stage funding ecosystem. More mentors. Most Ambitious. High Risk.
  • New York City: Diverse. Niche Focus. Marketplace and Social Network focus. High risk.
  • London: Well educated. Bet big on perceived proven winners. Project Management / E-Commerce Focus. Low Risk.
1. Silicon Valley (San Francisco, Palo Alto, San Jose, Oakland)
2. New York City
3. London
4. Toronto
5. Tel Aviv
6. Los Angeles
7. Singapore
8. Sao Paulo
9. Bangalore
10. Moscow
11. Paris
12. Santiago
13. Seattle
14. Madrid
15. Chicago
16. Vancouver
17. Berlin
18. Boston
19. Austin
20. Mumbai
21. Sydney
22. Melbourne
23. Warsaw
24. Washington D.C.
25. Montreal

(Original story on Techcrunch here and on Startup Compass Blog here).¬†Christchurch’s Startup Genome listing is here.

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