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Project ranks the world’s top 25 startup ecosystems.
Three entrepreneurs have created a "Startup Genome" to create a data-driven ranking of the world's best locations for technology startups.

Best of all, it's a living dataset, and enables everyone to track how these hubs evolve over time.

Here are the top 25:

1. Silicon Valley (San Francisco, Palo Alto, San Jose, Oakland)
2. New York City (NYC, Brooklyn)
3. London
4. Toronto
5. Tel Aviv
6. Los Angeles
7. Singapore
8. Sao Paulo
9. Bangalore
10. Moscow
11. Paris
12. Santiago
13. Seattle
14. Madrid
15. Chicago
16. Vancouver
17. Berlin
18. Austin
19. Mumbai
20. Sydney
21. Melbourne
22. Warsaw
23. Washington D.C.
24. Montreal
25. Zurich

And here's why: http://techcrunch.com/2012/04/10/startup-genome-compares-top-startup-hubs/
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What is going on in Santiago? Has anyone ever heard of a startup from Chile? Singapore, too.
 
Yes this is Correct. I went to both Santiago and Singapore last year. They are both extremely active locations for start-ups. In both countries they have government sponsored matching funds and free incubators for startups. Singapore is the #1 best place to do business in the world according to recent reports.
 
And What about Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina?
 
Singapore housing is very Expensive. A 2 bedroom apartment rents for about $5000 a month. Office space is plentiful in the banking district. Google is building a massive video data center in Singapore. As for CHILE... check out http://www.startupchile.org/
 
Looks like the world has a bad virus,or perhaps a runny nose.
 
...or let its chocolate Ice Cream with sprinkles melt all down its front???
 
While I know there still some work needed by Hong Kong / government on this one. I highly doubt the accuracy of all countries listed here... An interesting read anyway
 
'17. Berlin'? I thought that Berlin is the new 'European Silicon Valley' ...o.0
 
Even though tech is lucrative, the real growth is happening in industries selling to BRIC countries (which tech startups are weak in).
 
I live in lucky 13...maybe its time to move to lucky 1 and look for a gig.
 
What happen to India, why it in hot region
 
Good to see that Australia receives at least one mention. The startup, incubation and VC culture here finally starts to be building at an impressive rate. Still, how can any self-respecting techie ignore the allure of Silicon Valley. :)
 
Good to have our office at the Silicon Valley, San Jose area. It sure is a thriller to be there !!!
 
I wish i am there tooo working right in your office
 
Just goes to Show America is still the King of innovation and will be so for quite a while. Look at some of the fastest growing companies out there. Almost all are from the US.
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