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How The World’s Top Startup Hubs Stack Up


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Startup Genome is breaking down the success of startups in Silicon Valley and beyond. Startups based in Silicon Valley are 22% more ‘successful’ than the ones in New York, and 54% more than startups in London. This may be due to the fact that Silicon Valley startups raise 2-3 times more money in the first stages of development than anywhere else.  Or that there are three times as many startups In Silicon Valley as opposed to New York, and 4.5 times as many as there are in London.

Take a look at the infographic for other key statistics:

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NYC Startups are 2.5x more like than Silicon Valley startups to build financial tools Tweet this
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About the author: Lauren Harrity

Lauren is a recent graduate of Cal State Fullerton where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Writing is her passion and she is currently looking to build a career as a writer or editor.

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