Delhi-NCR beats Bengaluru and Mumbai in startup battle; Why JOP Network is betting on TV in the age of OTT

With 7,039 startups and 10 unicorns, Delhi-NCR has raced ahead of Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad to be the leading startup hub of the country.

11th Sep 2019
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With 7,039 startups and 10 unicorns, Delhi-NCR has raced ahead of Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad to be the leading startup hub of the country, revealed a report titled 'Turbocharging Delhi-NCR Start-up Ecosystem' published by TiE-Delhi-NCR and Zinnov. 


In fact, Delhi-NCR accounts for over 50 percent of the cumulative valuation of the Indian startup ecosystem - to the tune of $46-56 billion - compared to $32-37 billion for Bengaluru, and $10-12 billion for Mumbai.


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