The Global Startup Ecosystem Report GSER 2020

: The New Normal for the Global Startup Economy and the Impact of COVID-19

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Startup Gnome | Global Entrepreneurship Network [GEN]
Editor: Startup Genome 2020Descripción: 220 pág.: graf., tabTipo de contenido: texto
Tipo de medio: informático
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
Tema(s): Emprendimiento | Economía digital | startup | ranking | ecosystem rankingRecursos en línea: Acceso a la publicación Resumen: The global startup economy remains large, creating nearly $3 trillion in value, a figure on par with the GDP of a G7 economy.1 Seven out of the top 10 largest com-panies in the world are in technology — the highest concentration of any industry sector among the top global companies — and 2019 saw close to $300 billion in venture capital investments around the world. Nonetheless, even at the end of 2019, not all was well. Inclusion remained a fundamental challenge for tech ecosystems, with only 14.1% of founders globally being female, as our Startup Genome research shows. Value creation by ecosystems remains concentrated, with about 74% of all value produced being concentrated in the top 10 performing cities globally. Tech giants like WeWork and the stable of unicorns funded by Softbank began to falter — ranging from major crises, as in the case of WeWork; to a capital crunch for others. But despite these challenges, we did not expect the major threat of the COVID-19 crisis to global ecosys-tems.
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The global startup economy remains large, creating nearly $3 trillion in value, a figure on par with the GDP of a G7 economy.1 Seven out of the top 10 largest com-panies in the world are in technology — the highest concentration of any industry sector among the top global companies — and 2019 saw close to $300 billion in venture capital investments around the world.
Nonetheless, even at the end of 2019, not all was well. Inclusion remained a fundamental challenge for tech ecosystems, with only 14.1% of founders globally being female, as our Startup Genome research shows. Value creation by ecosystems remains concentrated, with about 74% of all value produced being concentrated in the top 10 performing cities globally. Tech giants like WeWork and the stable of unicorns funded by Softbank began to falter — ranging from major crises, as in the case of WeWork; to a capital crunch for others.
But despite these challenges, we did not expect the major threat of the COVID-19 crisis to global ecosys-tems.

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