Silicon Valley, London, NYC: Startup Genome Data Reveals How The World’s Top Tech Hubs Stack Up

The Startup Genome released new findings comparing the startup ecosystems in Silicon Valley, New York City and London.  We covered their initial findings here back in September of 2011.

Entrepreneurship is exploding around the world and new ecosystems are springing up everywhere. With the Startup Genome’s new initiative on Startup Ecosystems they hope to yield insights for entrepreneurs deciding where to start their company, investors deciding where to allocate their capital, large companies looking for acquisition targets and policy makers who want to make their entrepreneurship ecosystems flourish. The world is in need of economic revival and unleashing a Entrepreneurial Renaissance is our best hope.

You can read about the findings released today on Tech Crunch here or on Hackernews here.

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