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1.6 startup genome

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A look at the leading business ecosystems and what separates one from another.

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1.6 startup genome

  1. 1. Global Startup Ecosystems Startup Genome This presentation is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this presentation are the sole responsibility of Rick Rasmussen and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.
  2. 2. Startup Genome Rankings
  3. 3. Ecosystem Metrics #1 Silicon Valley
  4. 4. Funding Per Market Phase
  5. 5. Funding Sources
  6. 6. Where are the Jobs Created?
  7. 7. Startups by Type of Market
  8. 8. #2
  9. 9. #3
  10. 10. #4
  11. 11. #5
  12. 12. #6
  13. 13. #7
  14. 14. #9
  15. 15. #10
  16. 16. #11
  17. 17. #12
  18. 18. #13
  19. 19. #14
  20. 20. #15
  21. 21. #16
  22. 22. #17
  23. 23. #18
  24. 24. #20
  25. 25. Top 20 – A Global Distribution • 6 cities from US, all in top 10 • 3 cities from Canada 9 total from North America • 5 cities in Europe including Tel Aviv and Moscow • 2 in Asia – India and Singapore. Not China. • 2 in Australia • 2 in Latin America
  26. 26. Lessons • Every ecosystems has strengths and weaknesses • Silicon Valley isn’t perfect but provides a useful benchmark • Measurement allows identification of strengths and weaknesses • Global ecosystems can be improved through community involvement
  27. 27. Challenges operating on a global stage • You’re competing with other ecosystems in other countries • Limited resources within your own country – Customers – Strategic Partnerships – Service Providers – Funding • Local market is much different than global markets • Entering a new market is just like doing a brand new startup..!

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