Locations

Certain locations got a huge competitive advantage when it comes to certain sectors. Here, we discuss and give inspiration to entrepreneurs looking for opportunities around the world:

  • U.S – The biggest market in the world.
  • China – It will soon be the world’s biggest economy. Not many years left..
  • Scandinavia – Both Stockholm and Copenhagen are often seen as great startup hubs and places where people beta-test products.
  • United Kingdom – If Brexit didn’t happen, London would continue to be the main metropolis for a big part of Europe. Now, focus is shifting toward other economies in Europe and even New York will benefit from Brexit.
  • Portugal – More info soon.
  • South Korea – More info soon.
  • Japan – More info soon.

Significant cities and regions:

    • Lisbon (RISING quickly): The world’s primary city of the 15th and 16th century, searching and finding a route to Asia, is now on it’s way back as a innovation hub. Many Brazilians are finding it’s way to the safest capital in Europe, with one of the lowest costs of living in EU. The tide is surely and slowly changing for Lisbon to become a “place to be”. Here, you find one of the top climates in Europe – rarely to warm and often just about perfect. Some further suggestions why Lisbon is a great place to live and invest can be found here.
    • New York: Big apply will always be the main town for business in U.S. With Brexit, many banks also move staff back to New York and for their next big headquarters, NY is one of the top alternatives for Amazon.
    • London (FALLING quickly): Unfortunately, almost everything is pointing in the wrong direction for London going forward. It might be have been among the top city to live in during 2014-16, but going forward, Brexit and companies moving out of the UK is going to be the main downfall for London. Well, don’t forget that London ranks as one of the worst cities for commuting at the same time.
    • Madrid: If you speak Español (Spanish) and work in Telecom, this is likely the main hub for you.
    • Vancouver
    • Silicon Valley
    • Stockholm
    • Hong Kong
    • Rome
    • Beijing: For early stage funding and startups, Beijing is one of the top places to be in Asia. Among the most negative sides is the pollution and relatively high costs of living to be in China.
    • Milan
    • Paris
    • Frankfurt: The city where the European Central Bank got it’s home.
    • Shenzhen: A city with one of the fastest growing populations in the world.
    • Tokyo
    • Seoul
    • Shanghai
    • Melbourne
    • Montreal
    • Toronto
    • São Paulo
    • Amsterdam
    • Tel-Aviv: Great for early stage funding.
    • Berlin
    • Jakarta
    • Lagos
    • Dubai: One of the top hubs in Midde East and Africa for business. At the same time, Dubai is considered something of a safe heaven in this part of the world, even if it is far from the safety of many EU countries. While tax rates are considered to be very favourable for most sectors, the summer heat is often considered almost unbearable by many tourists and residents alike.
    • Cairo
    • Oslo
    • Seattle
    • Singapore
    • Porto
    • Osaka-Kobe
    • Zurich and Geneva
    • Luxembourg: A cosmopolitan city hosting several European institutions.
    • Athens
    • Johannesburg
    • Mumbai
    • Bangkok
    • Limassol
    • Vienna
    • Copenhagen (Denmark) and Malmö (Sweden) is the leader in life science and it’s here you find Medicon Valley.
    • Moscow

More info soon.