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GLOBALOUTLOOK TECHCITIESOFTHEFUTURE


fDi xTNWTech Cities of the Future 2021 - Winners


LONDON HAS KEPT ITS TECH CITIES OF THE FUTURE TITLE IN 2021, WHILE PARIS AND DUBLIN HOLD ONTO SECOND AND THIRD PLACE RESPECTIVELY. ALEXHAMILTON REPORTS


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espite what has been a chal- lenging period for the global economy and foreign direct


investment (FDI), London has held onto its crownas the top European city in the fDi andTNWTech Cities of the Future 2021. European peers such as Paris and


Dublin came in second and third respectively, as was the case in the 2020 iteration of the ranking. Other standout performers such as Berlin, Madrid and Stockholmhave jumped multiple positions since the previ- ous study. The Tech Cities of the Future


ranking is focused on finding those European cities with themost prom- ising prospects for start-ups, technol- ogy and innovation investment. For this ranking, data was col-


lected, analysed and ranked for 76 cities across 31 European countries under five categories: Cost Effective- ness, Economic Potential, FDI Perfor- mance, Innovation&Attractiveness and Start-Up Environment.


Holding strong London for the second year tri- umphed in the ranking, placing first in five out of the six categories. According to research from greenfield investment monitor fDi Markets, Lon- don remained the topglobal city for


28 www.fDiIntelligence.com August/September 2021


“THIS IS A REAL VOTE OFCONFIDENCE, ANDPROOF THATOUR GLOBAL STANDINGCONTINUES TO RISE.OUR FINTECH, HEALTHTECHANDGREENTECH SECTORS IN PARTICULAR ARE SHOWING INCREDIBLE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH” COUNCILLORKATE NICHOLL, LORDMAYOR OF BELFAST


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