Would you like to know how your startup studio stacks up against similar studios internationally? Then all you have to do is fill out the Startup Ecosystem Report 2015 survey.
A new project enables us to get the entire Danish tech industry – including the games industry – on a global map of startups. Fill out the survey, and you’ll get access to reports that show how well we do here in Denmark in comparison to the global scene.
The survey is part of the data mining project “StartupDK”, which is a collaboration between the Silicon Valley based Startup Compass and the Danish DAMVAD. The project is set to map the entire Danish startup scene and compare our local area with international eco-systems such as Berlin, London, and Silicon Valley. Finally, the project also aims to tell the story of the Danish startup scene to the rest of the international startup world.
It starts in Denmark, but if the project is successful, it will be rolled out to the rest of the Nordic region, effectively mapping the entire Nordic games and tech industry, providing everyone who participates with insights into where our industry actually stands in an international perspective.
As of right now, only limited information is known about the Danish games startup-scene. All of us who are part of the industry may feel that it is alive and thriving, but there is no international data on the subject that can document that this is actually true. This makes it harder to argue with political decision makers and international organizations that have not yet seen what is happening in Denmark and the rest of the Nordic.
The information gathered from the surveys can help the Danish startup scene get on the map and hopefully attract both intentional talent and investors, but also help in optimizing the political landscape for a flourishing future of the Danish tech and games startup scene.
To motivate all Danish studios to answer the survey, each participant who fills it out will receive a benchmarking report immediately.
According to Startcup Compass, the record for filling out the survey is only 9 minutes, with an average of 12. So if you are looking for something to procrastinate with today, this might be one of the more meaningful procrastination actions you can take.
If you’re a manager of a games-related hub in Denmark and would like to know more, please free to contact us at email@example.com and we’ll set you in contact with the appropriate people in charge of Startup Compass.