Last year, Startup Genome’s Global Ecosystem Report put the Miami metro area on the map for the first time. This year, we are again on the global map in a new report by Startup Genome, together with the Global Entrepreneurship Network, that ranks top ecosystems on a number of metrics, including performance, funding, connectedness, talent and knowledge.
Hot off the press: Miami ranked 31st in a 5 way tie, considered a runner-up for the “Top 30,” in the Startup Genome Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2020 released Thursday. That’s 5 rankings down from last year, when we ranked 26th. As a runner-up ecosystem, Miami has identifiable gaps such as in Connectedness and Talent that, if closed, along with focusing on strengths, can help catapult them into the top 30 startup ecosystems, the report said.