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Leading start-up cities in Europe from 1st half of 2015 to 1st half of 2019, by number of investments*
Biggest start-up cities in Europe 2015-2019, based on number of investments
Swedish capital Stockholm reached more than 100 start-up investments in the first half of 2019, making it one Europe's most attractive startup destinations. Only London, Paris and Berlin saw more investment rounds in early 2019. A start-up is usually defined as a starting (group of) entrepreneur(s), but there are many different definitions of what makes a start-up a start-up. In most of these, the similarities include the age of the entrepreneur or company, the number of employees, the growth potential and level of innovation. In the first half of 2019, the total number of investments in European start-ups reached its highest level since the source started recording in 2015.
Leading start-up cities in Europe from 1st half of 2015 to 1st half of 2019, by number of investments*
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Sources

Release date

October 2019

Region

Europe

Survey time period

H1 2015 to H1 2019*

Special properties

* The figures have been taken from several publications.The set-up of the source is that it releases numbers on the first half year and at the end of the year for the full year.

Supplementary notes

Biggest start-up cities in Europe 2015-2019, based on number of investments
Swedish capital Stockholm reached more than 100 start-up investments in the first half of 2019, making it one Europe's most attractive startup destinations. Only London, Paris and Berlin saw more investment rounds in early 2019. A start-up is usually defined as a starting (group of) entrepreneur(s), but there are many different definitions of what makes a start-up a start-up. In most of these, the similarities include the age of the entrepreneur or company, the number of employees, the growth potential and level of innovation. In the first half of 2019, the total number of investments in European start-ups reached its highest level since the source started recording in 2015.
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