If you are planning to launch your start up, congratulations! The number of new startups are growing from year to year, but unfortunately, not all of them can be called successful. The basic idea and business plan are as much important as involved people and working atmosphere. These elements forms so-called startup ecosystem.
To make basis for your startup, we have made a research and we are ready to present TOP 4 STARTUP FRIEDNLY CITIES! So get ready to pack and choose the one you like!
NEW YORK CITY | USA
With population over 8.5 million people, New York is full of talented people, money and workspace. Usually the city is believed to be among TOP 10 leaders among Startup Ecosystems. On early-stage, startup raises up to $500,000 USD of investments. Not bad, right?
TORONTO | CANADA
Recently Toronto has become the progressive center for startups. Toronto experienced rapid Intellectual growth and students from all over the world started to come for studying here. As a result, today around 150,000 students live near the center. It is a perfect place to launch a new project.
LONDON | UK
London is believed to produce many different startups annually with diverse group of talented researches and businessmen. Startups cover all modern spheres: techno, fashion, media, finance, real estate, design, marketing and many others. Each person can find what he/she needs: from great multicultural coworkers to modern futuristic working places.
TEL AVIV | ISRAEL
Being a center of Israel, Tel Aviv has the leading position as the most fast growing startup center today. It is famous to be a home for cybersecurity and mobile technologies. The communication level is very high, though one should consider the high cost of living there as well. However, if you have your partners in Israel, they will help you and provide with required solutions! That’s 100%!
We are not speaking about Silicone Valley, as it is obviously a perfect place! However, we have made this list to show you, that building startup community is possible not only there!
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