Глобальный индекс экосистем стартапов 2022

2022 | StartupBlink View the Global Startup Map p. 115 Bangalore overperforms in the Edtech industry with a global rank of 5. India is a strong player in the Edtech and Transportation industries globally, with several of its cities ranking well in those sectors. While Bangalore's rank in the Asia Pacific region remained unchanged at 3rd, its relative position definitely improved. Last year, Shanghai's score was 66% better than Bangalore's score. Now, this gap has been reduced to less than 12%, thanks to the good performance of Bangalore and less impressive results in Shanghai. Consequently, Bangalore is now wellpositioned to overtake Shanghai next year as the 2nd highest ranked city in the Asia Pacific. The Indian capital of New Delhi is the 2nd highest ranked city in India, and 4th in the Asia Pacific. It has increased by 1 place to rank 13th globally. The gap between the scores of Bangalore and New Delhi was relatively small last year, but increased significantly in 2022, strongly positioning Bangalore as the top ecosystem in India. New Delhi is ranked 8th globally in the Transportation industry. The financial hub of Mumbai has reduced slightly by 1 position to rank 17th globally. Mumbai is ranked 8th globally in the Edtech industry. Two new cities from India have entered the top 100 to take the total count to 5: Pune at 90th and Hyderabad at 97th. Pune has seen an improvement of an impressive 14 spots and Hyderabad has seen an increase of 9 spots. Chennai is not far behind, with a massive jump of 31 spots to rank 102nd. The 2nd tier ecosystems of India have all seen healthy growth. India has 32 cities in the 100-1000 range. Goa and Patna have seen the highest increase of ranking in India, 272 and 218 spots respectively, to rank 500th and 522nd. In total, 37 Indian cities are ranked in 2022, which puts India in the 7th position globally in regard to the number of ranked ecosystems per capita. Startup Ecosystem Overview India is a country of great potential considering its population size and cost effectiveness in business operation. The country has established itself as a world leader in technology services and in the past few years, it saw a boom in unicorns. India’s growth trajectory in the startup scene is truly impressive and can be attributed mainly to its domestic market size and a huge IT industry. India's startup ecosystem is not only a growth engine for its economy. If successful, startups will transform India’s productivity and will change the country beyond recognition. Startups will also be the engine to transform India’s informal economy into a transparent economy, which will allow the government the tax resources to finally make India the superpower that it has a potential to be. In order for this to happen, the public sector will have to choose its best and brightest to be on the task of startup economy development and strategy setting. The talent of Indian entrepreneurs can be seen in their prominence as CEOs managing companies like Alphabet, Adobe and Microsoft. However, this also shows the massive cost of brain drain, as some of India’s top talent is relocating to the West.