This study finds leaders have “A clear, compelling point of view directed toward the target market. Companies with high Point of View scores are 2.5 times more likely than others to have had revenue growth of at least 10% in each of the past two years.”
In the U.S., the number of tech jobs is growing at a faster pace in communities with 1-3 million people than in major cities. The coastal giants of New York and San Francisco still have the most, but places such as Raleigh, Salt Lake City and Jacksonville are seeing large increases.
The Digital Health 150 companies span a wide spectrum of categories that involve all three key stakeholder groups for the healthcare industry — providers, payers, and patients. It’s a mix of startups at different stages of funding and product commercialization.
via CB Insights
“Now the innovator’s dilemma has become the incumbent’s nightmare. Incumbent leaders seem to be stuck – they’re constrained by the markets, whereas massive tech companies are set free to innovate and experiment.”
via Chief Executive
Despite a strong growth outlook from a revenue perspective, the blockchain market beyond financial and insurance applications is struggling to evolve, due in large part to the lack of a middleware class of blockchain offerings, which can help tie-in Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) with applications from startups.
According to the 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem Report, the list shows Silicon Valley is at the top, but following it are New York City, London, Beijing, Boston, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Paris and Berlin.
Advancements in data processing tools and the adoption of next-generation technologies — such as augmented analytics used to extract insights from Big Data — are expected to drive the Smart Data market toward $31.5 billion by 2022.