The startup ecosystems in Australia’s two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, are worth a combined A$34.5 billion according to the latest edition of the Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) 2021 by Startup Genome. Sydney was ranked 24th in the world, behind San Diego (21), Berlin (22) and Bangalore (23), and ahead of Hangzhou (25), Atlanta… Read more »
Sydney’s ongoing slide as one of the world’s best cities for startups has continued, falling another four places to 27th in the annual global rankings by US-based Startup Genome. The NSW capital has now slipped from 17th in 2018 to 23rd last year as the report notes the rise of Asia, with Tokyo (15),… Read more »
CHARTS: Global startup funding in the post-coronavirus era fell hard, but is already showing regrowth
Venture capital (VC) funding for startups has fallen by around 20% since December 2019 as the covid-19 pandemic smashed the global economy, but the impact is unevenly distributed according to new research from Startup Genome. The California-based analytics firm’s latest report into global startup funding, the first in a series its planning looking at the… Read more »
The annual Startup Genome Global Startup Ecosystem Report sees Sydney fall in the top 30 rankings Melbourne’s ecosystem is on the rise as a “challenger” to crack the top 30 The Sydney result is ‘disappointing’ and the city has now slipped from 16th in 2015 While there is growth overall, Australia is lagging behind global… Read more »
Value of Melbourne startup ecosystem could grow to $4 billion over the next few years: Startup Genome
Startup Genome’s Melbourne Startup Ecosystem Report, commissioned by LaunchVic, found the city has “raced through” the ‘Activation’ phase of the ecosystem lifecycle and is now sitting in the ‘Late Activation’ stage.
While no overall rankings released this year, the 2018 Startup Genome report has identified Australia cities as ecosystems to watch.
The NSW Government has announced that it’s opened applications for ‘Israel Calling’, a Tel Aviv bootcamp targeting fintech and cybersecurity startups.
The latest report to detail Australia’s startup performance has been released, with the 2017 global startup ecosystem ranking from Startup Genome seeing Sydney slip one place down the list to 17.