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#GSER2019 Update: New Members, New Life Sciences Analysis

In just 50 days, Startup Genome will release the biggest and best Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) yet.
Dane Stangler
on March 22, 2019
In just 50 days, Startup Genome will release the biggest and best Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) yet.

Why is the 2019 GSER the biggest? Because we've had 18 new ecosystems join us as Members — they'll get not only global visibility from being in the report but also benchmarking and assessment insights they can't get anywhere else.

Why will #GSER2019 be our best? Because we've added yuge new analyses of Life Sciences startup ecosystems and public policy. And, in addition to our top 20 global rankings, we'll publish additional rankings from our Success Factors  and Ecosystem Lifecycle work.

Last week, at the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit, Startup Genome CEO JF Gauthier and Hello Tomorrow CEO Arnaud de la Tour previewed the brand new analysis of Life Sciences startup ecosystems. We are proud to partner with Hello Tomorrow on this analysis.



The Life Sciences analysis compares ecosystems on six Success Factors:

  • Performance
  • Funding
  • Talent
  • Knowledge
  • Policy
  • Infrastructure

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JF and Arnaud offered a sneak peek of the top 10 Life Sciences ecosystems — we can't show them here, so you'll have to wait for the #GSER19. What we can say is that some of the top 10 Life Sciences ecosystems are not in the top 10 overall ranking of startup ecosystems.

Sign up to receive the #GSER2019 when it launches and to find out more about our Life Sciences analysis. We can't wait to share it with you.

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