Startup Genome seeks participants for it’s 2016 Global Startup Ecosystem Survey

The Startup Genome team is looking to include as many startups as possible to complete a survey to ensure the voice of entrepreneurs is heard.  The Global Startup Ecosystem Survey and Startup Genome is looking to understand the issues facing the startup community.

The survey itself is short and should take no longer than 12-15 minutes to complete. All information will be kept confidential and used for research purposes only.  By participating in the survey you are allowing your opinions to be counted, and to be used by policymakers. These policies affect startups not just here in the United States, but around the world.  The results will be used here, and in 25 other countries to influence the policies that will define a generation.

With more than 11,000 startups taking part in the 2015 Global Startup Ecosystem survey, the results were tallied, and were used to influence current policy.

Startup Genome, and their global partners CrunchBase and Global Entrepreneurship Network, are offering all participants of the survey access to free and discounted services as a reward for completing it.  Participation by startups is vital in order to ensure the startup community gets its’ voice heard.

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