Over the years, India has grown into a massive player in the startup ecosystem of the world, and a real competitor across numerous domains, so we wanted to see which are the best startup hubs in India.
There are so many areas across India that have grown so much over the past few years, that it’s hard to pick just ten, which is unusual for most countries, but, obviously, not for a nation as large and diverse.
Since you’re here, you might also be interested to see what are the best places for startups in Europe, because this is such a thriving location for start-ups as well. Both lists will be very useful if you are starting your own business and you want to explore all of your options.
So what are these startup hubs? Well, they’re mostly cities that have created the facilities needed by new businesses to develop and thrive. While it’s true that many entrepreneurs no longer need to exclusively work from a specific place in the world, thanks to the Internet, there’s still need for a base city.
For instance, one of the best-known places for start-ups is Silicon Valley. In recent years, London has grown quite a bit too, and so have New York City, Beijing, Tel Aviv, Shanghai, or Berlin, to name very few.
For our list today we went and checked a wide range of sources discussing the matter of Indian startup nodes, including Forbes, Business Insider, Grab House, and Indian Web2, as well as a report from Startup Genome. We took into account how many times they were all mentioned and gathered up all the info we could find on them.
That being said, here are the best startup hubs in India.