Study: After Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv Ranks Best for Tech Startups

Study: After Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv Ranks Best for Tech Startups
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Silicon has been the long time leading ecosystem when it comes to startups. However, it seems that there is a new location on the rise, and although it has yet to surpass Silicon Valley in popularity, it is close behind. Israeli’s Silicon Wadi, Tel Aviv.

According to a list of top startup ecosystems created by researcher Startup Genome, Tel Aviv beat out American cities like Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle, as well as London and Paris. Here is the list of the top 20 best startup ecosystems.

1. Silicon Valley

2. Tel Aviv

3. Los Angeles

4. Seattle

5. New York

6. Boston

7. London

8. Toronto

9. Vancouver

10. Chicago

11. Paris

12. Sydney

13. Sao Paulo

14. Moscow

15. Berlin

16. Waterloo

17. Singapore

18. Melbourne

19. Bangalore

20. Santiago

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