The algorithm analyses tens of thousands of data points on registered startups, accelerators and coworking spaces listed on the StartupBlink global startup ecosystem map, as well as data received from our global partners such as Crunchbase, and SimilarWeb. Ultimately, StartupBlink leverage data gathered from more than 50,000 members throughout the Global StartupBlink community.
The main goal of the rankings is to feature and rank hundreds of ecosystems rather than highlighting a few highly successful ecosystems that are already well known. The used method also reveals trends at both the country and city level, identifies up and coming startup ecosystems, and flags underperforming ecosystems that are losing momentum.
The tables below illustrate the Top 10 ecosystem countries and top 10 cities globally with the rankings from 2017 and 2019, as well as the change. If you want to get a better view of the key insights, please read the article on the Latest Trends and Developments in the Global Startup Ecosystems based on the Startup Ecosystem Rankings Report 2019 by StartupBlink.
Please see the tables below for the top ten startup countries and cities: