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The Ecosystem of Stavanger Startups

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3rd
0
in Norway
Regional Ranking
113th
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8
in Western Europe
Global Ranking
376th
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81
worldwide

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Energy & Environment
#109 worldwide
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Hardware & IoT
#186 worldwide
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Software and Data
#397 worldwide

notable startups
startup iconZaptec
startup iconAivero
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ecosystem description

The Startup Ecosystem of Stavanger is ranked at number 376 globally, and shows a positive momentum increasing 81 spots since 2020. Stavanger also ranks at number 3 in Norway, and 113 in Western Europe.

Stavanger is an ideal place to locate for Energy & Environment, Hardware & IoT and Software and Data startups. As the most popular industries in Stavanger, there is a sample of 10 Energy & Environment startups in Stavanger, 6 Hardware & IoT startups in Stavanger, and 4 Software and Data startups in Stavanger, on the StartupBlink Map.

On the StartupBlink Global Startup Ecosystem Map there is also a sample of 25 startups in Stavanger, no accelerators in Stavanger, 1 coworking spaces in Stavanger, no organizations in Stavanger and no leaders in Stavanger.

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Aivero is an information technology company that specializes in the fields of machine vision, robotics, depth video, and 3D video streaming. Read more
Language training company based in Norway Read more
Misc Games is a game developer based in Stavanger – Norway, with several collaborators around the world. Read more
ClevAir quality assures indoor air quality while not wasting energy in commercial real estate. 15-35% savings Read more
Corporater is a global software company providing integrated solutions for Governance, Performance, Risk, and Compliance (GPRC). Read more
Ex and ATEX Certified for Hazardous Areas Looking to improve your efficiency and reduce your costs? You’ve come to the right place. Pixavi is world leading within mobile communication devices and wireless infrastructure for hazardous areas. We design and manufacture intrinsically safe IECEx and ATEX certified products for both Zone 1 and Zone 2. We have over 10 years of experience within explosion proof communication products. Our solutions are used daily by thousands of end users around the world. Read more
Futurehome’s Smarthub is the brains in our system and connects to all your smart devices in order to give you control through our app. Futurehome lets you control, automate and monitor your home from anywhere in the world! Read more
The Wind SaaS Simulation and Workflow Management Platform Read more
Earth Science Analytics is an Artificial Intelligence petroleum geoscience software provider Read more
The oil and gas industry relies on correct information in all areas. Read more
Geomec Engineering provides subsurface injection services for oil & gas operators worldwide Read more
KryptoVault is a Norwegian company that specializes in large scale data center operations. Read more
Offshore Kinetics is an innovative Norwegian SME within the offshore wind sector. Read more
Dataunitor is a research, technology and development company. Read more
Creator Maker Space is a non-profit maker space in Stavanger. Read more
Digital sea lice counting system with 360-degree view of the fish Read more
Monetor is the next generation rule-based decisionmaking tool, built to empower businesses by monitoring currency risk. Read more
UrbanKandi lets busy people experience the ultimate urban lifestyle by making it easy to discover and share exceptional social experiences in their city – all in a visual and fun way on a smartphone, the web or street level touch screens. UrbanKandi also provides merchants a super simple way to achieve maximum local visibility on our unique multi-channel distribution platform. Read more
Haxi lets you book rides from friends and neighbors via mobile and web. For drivers it's easy to sign up as a Haxi driver and start offering transport in the neighborhood. Haxi is an iteration of the Norwegian concept "kompiskjoring" or "buddy driving" where locals in rural areas help each other with transport for example via Facebook and Twitter. Read more
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Top Cities for Startups in Norway Ranked by StartupBlink

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5.397
0.65
1.09
3.66
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367th
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23
0.664
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0.05
0.52
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376th
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0.49
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