The Industrial Revolution started for many reasons, including population growth and financial innovations. The revolution started in England in the 1760s.
As the population grew, people started moving and forming cities, which increased the demand for products. Banks also began growing and encouraged people to take investment risks. Another factor that contributed to the start of the Industrial Revolution was improved methods of transportation. Improved transportation methods allowed industries to transport goods to other parts of the world. As global trade became a major part of England's economy, governmental policies changed to encourage foreign trade and to begin financing companies. All of these factors led the way for other countries to join the Industrial Revolution.