Глобальный индекс экосистем стартапов 2022

2022 | StartupBlink View the Global Startup Map p. 40 Ecosystem Funding by Region Besides the number of ranked countries and cities from each region, a regional analysis of the funding received by startups provides interesting insights. This analysis was done for 2021, and includes early and late stage investments to startups by professional firms (such as Angel, Pre-Seed, Seed and Series A to J), as well as other types of investments destined for startups, such as Grants, Equity and Product Crowdfunding, and Non-Equity Assistance. While only 29.8% of the global top 1000 cities are in North America, more than half of the global startup funding is received by North American startups. A similar picture, although less extreme, is seen in Asia Pacific, with 15.9% of the top 1000 cities and 24.0% of all startup funding. On the other side of the spectrum, Europe has 42.6% of the top 1000 startup ecosystems, but only 18.3% of startup funding. Also underperforming are Latin America & the Caribbean (with 6.0% of cities in the top 1000 and only 2.9% of startup funding) and the Middle East & Africa (with 5.7% of cities in the top 1000 and 2.5% of startup funding). Two further interesting facts are related to the Asia Pacific region and to the Middle East & Africa region. While, overall, the Asia Pacific region is over-represented in global startup funding, this is not the case for most of the region's countries, as 57% of this region's funding flows to one country: China. Similarly, 69% of the funding in the Middle East & Africa goes to Israeli startups. Both of these regions are characterized by one strong player – China and Israel respectively – while startups in other countries receive substantially less funding. 2.5% 2.9% 24.0% 18.3% 52.3%