StartupBlink has just released the 2020 edition of its Startup Ecosystem Rankings Report, which encompasses 1,000 cities and 100 countries across the world.
StartupBlink’s algorithm analyzes tens of thousands of data points. Data is coming from the company’s community of 50,000 members as well as from such partners as CrunchBase, SEMrush, Meetup, and Coworker. The ranking is based on criteria related to the quantity, the quality and the business environment of each ecosystem at the country or city level.
Tallinn enjoyed good momentum, increasing 17 spots
to be ranked 66. As a city, Tallinn is ranked 17th in Europe, and while that is a strong performance the focus should be to get it to the top 50 globally, as a regional hub in northern Europe.
This year, StartupBlink added a few additional chapters to its report. One of them is a COVID–19 Innovation Section prepared in cooperation with UNAIDS, which features more than a thousand innovative companies on a global COVID–19 Innovation Map.
Estonia has achieved an outstanding result, ranking at 7 globally.
Tallinn ranked at 32, and is also overperforming when it comes to COVID–19 related
innovation. An inspiring response to a crisis from one of the smallest countries in the world.
Read more: https://report.startupblink.com/