Startup Genome and the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN) has recently published the Global Startup Ecosystems Report (GSER) 2018, which featured strategic startup, investment and policy insights from over 45 cities around the world. This year’s report was revealed during the Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) being held during the period from 15th to 19th April 2018, in Istanbul, Turkey.
The publication of this report comes in light of the visions ranging from the fast-growing dominance of ICT focused companies to the filling of critical gaps in Success Factors for both funding agencies and startups, the GSER 2018 continues to present thought-leadership and knowledge building driven by the world’s largest primary ecosystem research initiative, Voice of the Entrepreneur. This is where we find out what it takes to build dynamic startup ecosystems with both local and global resonance and which cities around the world are doing it best.
This year, the report takes a close look at key sub-sectors around the world which are in focus points towards imminent entrepreneurial revolutions such as Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics, Agtech, A.I., Big Data & Analytics, Life Sciences, and Cybersecurity, as well as new technologies in education, health, advertising and finance