Mumbai's journey from India's financial capital to a bustling startup hub
However, since then, favourable state government policies and a robust financial and entrepreneurial operating environment have elevated Mumbai's standing as the third-largest startup hub in the country after Bengaluru and Delhi-NCR.
Today, the coastal city contributes $5.2 billion to Indiaâ€™s GDP annually and houses more than 9,000 startups.
From billionaires to a fintech focus, read more to find out about the factors fostering Mumbai's bustling startup culture.
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