Return to the top 50 countries moving fastest on the startup ecosystem front for Greece, according to StartupBlink’s “Startup Blink Global Ecosystem Report for 2022”. Greece climbed six places to 48th in the world and 5th in the Balkans. overcoming Serbia and reversing last year’s negative momentum. According to information, the upward trend continues, something that is expected to be recorded in the next report of the institution.
Greece’s rise in the index is mainly due to the startup ecosystem of Athens, which is also rising. In particular, the Greek capital is high on the list of the top 100 ecosystems in the field of recreation, in 51st place. Commenting on the results, Deputy Minister of Research and Technology Christos Dimas underlined that StartupBlinkg has been a valuable source of information regarding startup ecosystems around the world and their performance, emphasizing that the Greek government worked closely with StartupBlinkg to provide reliable information on Greek innovation ecosystem.
He expressed satisfaction with the improvement of the ranking of the Greek startup ecosystem in terms of quantity, quality and impact of ecosystems and added that in the last two years, the Ministry of Development and Investment has created “Elevate Greece”, which evaluates, monitors, supports and promotes Greek startups in various ways. The StartupBlink report maps and evaluates startup ecosystems in 1,000 cities in 100 countries around the world.
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