Глобальный индекс экосистем стартапов 2022

2022 | StartupBlink View the Global Startup Map p. 25 From 11 to 50 Seattle, the home of Microsoft and Amazon, is now the world’s 11th ranked ecosystem, after increasing one spot and proving that young startups are also thriving in this high quality city. Berlin, ranked 12th, has also enjoyed a positive momentum this year, increasing by one spot and ranking 2nd in the EU. New Delhi, India’s second ranked city, has increased by one spot to 13th globally. Chicago has registered a substantial increase of 3 spots to rank 14th globally. Tokyo, at 15th, maintains its position from last year. The biggest jump in the top 20 belongs to Latin America’s top startup ecosystem, São Paulo, jumping 4 spots and now ranking 16th globally. Mumbai, India’s 3rd ranked city, has registered a mild decrease of one spot to rank 17th globally. Shenzhen, a global hardware startup hub and the third ranked Chinese city, has jumped 3 spots to rank 18th globally. The city’s achievement is even more impressive considering that both Beijing and Shanghai had negative momentum this year. Ranked 19th, like last year, is Washington DC, another powerful US hub. Closing the top 20 is Austin, decreasing by 2 spots this year. Austin enjoys a massive amount of hype and created a great ecosystem, but cannot deliver the substantial results necessary to close gaps with other top American cities. Singapore City, ranked 22nd, has registered a jump of 3 spots to become a powerful regional hub in Asia. Both Stockholm (23rd) and Amsterdam (27th) managed to achieve good momentum this year, creating a strong second tier of leading EU ecosystems after Paris and Berlin. Toronto, in Canada, has reentered the global top 25 with an increase of 2 spots. Moscow has registered the steepest index decline in the top 50 ranked cities, after decreasing 20 spots to rank 29th globally. Hangzhou, the 4th ranked city in China, has joined the top 30 after increasing by 3 spots this year. Salt Lake City-Provo ranks 31st this year after an impressive 24 spot jump, partly due to city clustering. Hong Kong, ranked 36th, dropped 4 spots and now ranks 5th in China, after ranking 2nd in 2019. Mexico City, now ranked 44th, registered an impressive jump of 6 spots, sending a clear signal that Mexico’s startup ecosystem is enjoying great momentum. Dublin is now ranked 46th after jumping 5 spots, bringing Ireland’s top ecosystem back into the top 50. From 51 to 100 Some notable changes in cities ranked 51-100 are as follows: Guangzhou, China, has registered another impressive jump of 14 spots, and is now ranked 51st. With continued positive momentum next year, China could increase its number of cities in the top 50 to 6. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is finally getting closer to the top 50 after increasing 8 spots to rank 53rd this year, its highest ranking since we published the Index in 2017. Boulder, a small city but promising “give first” startup city in the United States, continues its positive momentum by increasing 4 spots to rank 55th. Another two American cities registering impressive jumps are Pittsburgh, increasing 15 spots to rank 58th, and Kansas, jumping 29 spots to rank 69th. Buenos Aires gives another indication of positive momentum in Latin American top startup hubs, with an increase of 4 spots to rank 55th. This momentum can also be seen with the increase of Bogota by 7 spots to 70th globally.