In recent years London has burst onto the scene and has become the most successful Start-up Ecosystem in Europe, producing the largest output of start-ups in the European Union by far. London looks to be well positioned for continued growth as the leading Start-up Ecosystem in Europe, and first choice for fast growing US start-ups to establish their European headquarters
Tel Aviv may be only 60 years old and have a population of around 7 million but it has the highest density of tech startups in the world. In 2009, 63 Israeli companies were listed on the tech-orientated NASDAQ – which is more than Europe, Japan, Korea, India, and China combined.
Toronto is the largest start-up ecosystem in Canada and is one of the largest start-up ecosystems globally even though it creates 85% less startups than Silicon Valley. It has a healthy funnel of start-ups across the stages of the Start-up Lifecycle. Toronto competes for start-up’s with regional competitors such as NYC, Boston and nearby Waterloo.
Vancouver is the second largest start-up ecosystem in Canada. Globally it ranks number 9 even though it creates 85% fewer start-up’s than Silicon Valley. Vancouver has a healthy funnel of start-up’s across the Startup Lifecycle.