This Interactive Graph Compares the World’s Top Startup Ecosystems

December 12, 2014

4:30 pm

San Francisco and the Bay Area are no longer the only alternative for entrepreneurs and investors looking to find a budding tech ecosystem. More people are looking for opportunities beyond. Simply Business released an interactive comparative graph of the world’s top startup ecosystems.

These graphs illustrate best opportunities for startups seeking funding, startups not seeking funding, investors and developers. The results were very interesting; click on the images below to see the interactive graphs in detail:

Best Opportunities for Startups Seeking Funding

According to the findings published by Simply Business, San Francisco and the Bay Area stands out for startups seeking investment. Seattle and Singapore has a strong investor to startup ratio and rich talent pools. Hong Kong also looks favorable but with proportionally fewer developers.

 

Source: Simply Business Beyond the Bay Comparing the Top Startup Ecosystem

 

Best Opportunities for Startups not Seeking Funding

With the highest ratio of developers to startups and a low cost of living, Bangalore could be an attractive location for startups. In the US, Boston, DC, and Seattle stand out.

Simply Business Startup Ecosystem Chart 2

Source: Simply Business Beyond the Bay Comparing the Top Startup Ecosystem

 

Best Opportunities for Investors

The ratio of startups to investors in Los Angeles and London could make those cities more attractive to investors than San Francisco.

Simply Business Startup Ecosystem Chart

Source: Simply Business Beyond the Bay Comparing the Top Startup Ecosystem

 

Best Opportunities for Developers

The big 4 locations for startups (San Francisco and the Bay Area, New York, LA, and London) are by far the best locations for developers.

Simply Business Startup Ecosystems

Source: Simply Business Beyond the Bay Comparing the Top Startup Ecosystem

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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.

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