How European Governments Support European Start-Ups in Silicon Valley
Keywords:Silicon Valley, Innovation Policy, European Union, Global Markets, Start-Up, Ecosystem
The recipe for the creation of Silicon Valley is not clear nor easy. But it’s clear from the results that something big is happening here. How Silicon Valley became that critical in the global startup ecosystem? How can Europe be part of this innovation catalyzer? The European Governments have a clear strategy: building a “two-way bridge” supporting startups in both ways (going to Silicon Valley and coming back to Europe). This does not only offer a cutting-edge service for European startups, but also is remarkably improving the European innovation ecosystem avoiding the uncontrolled “human capital (and startups) flight” and attracting international capitals in Europe.
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