Recently, the German Federal Startup Association and the European Startup Network published the second European Startup Monitor.
The study includes 2’515 startups from 18 countries – and now also from Switzerland.
The European Startup Monitor (ESM) examines the European startup ecosystem in a total of 18 countries. For the first time, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) has prepared the Swiss national report.
The report shows that Swiss startups – compared to startups from other European countries – have higher numbers of employees, budget and count with more experienced founders.
A total of 105 startups were surveyed in Switzerland within the framework of the study, which have disruptive and innovative business models or technologies. In addition, the surveyed companies were less than 10 years old and showed significant sales and employee growth.
More detailed information about the study can be found here or at Startupticker: