A typical hi-tech ecosystem consists of various stakeholders, each contributing their expertise to create a vibrant community, with both internal activity and a relationship with the external world.
Some of the most obvious constituents include academia – providing in-depth research and training for human capital; the government – aimed at creating infrastructure, facilitating and easing expansion, incentivizing and easing regulatory and bureaucratic bottlenecks; and large corporate, which provides ongoing business infrastructure and serves as a training ground for management. And finally, any ecosystem wouldn’t be disruptive without applied innovation, a function typically fulfilled by startups and early-stage investors.
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