Beijing, one of the largest cities in China, centres the country’s movie industry,finance industry,technology hub and political power.With these markets all converging in one city,Beijing is primed for being one of the leading start-uphubs in the world.
With the effort put in by the Malaysian government under the National Alliance(Barisan Nasional) to collectively push Malaysia towards the high income nation model,technology will play a pivotal role in the Economic Transformation Program (ETP)
During a Startup Stage monthly meeting. Tyler Crowley, an experienced start-up entrepreneur from silicon valley was in krakow giving the keynote speech, he challenged the attendees to come up with their own hastag to differentiate the Krakow start-up community, Thus #omgkrk tag was born,and the Krakow start-up community took on a life of its own.
In 2009, Moscow introduced the Skolkova Foundation, an initative by the Russian government to establish new and innovative businesses.The 1,000 acre hub was intented to establish entrepreneurship culture that would move the Russian economy away from dependingon natural resources and embrace technical research and education.
- Startup Hub – Moscow
- Internet Coverage/Speed – 62.0% / 8.6Mbps
- Company Registration Fee(Foreigners) – $350.0
- VAT – 18.0%
- Corporate Income Tax – 13.0%
With 3100 start-ups, India is the 3rd biggest tech country and Banglore is its IT capital.Banglore, often dubbed the Silicon Valley of India, is the technology heart of this gigantic, 1.2bn population and amazingly diverse country. The city accounts for 28% of existing start-ups, followed by New Delhi (24%).
- Startup Hub – Banglore
- Internet Coverage/Speed – 25.0% / 1.0Mbps
- Company Registration Fee(Foreigners) – $400.0
- VAT – 4.0%
- Corporate Income Tax – 34.0%
Sydstart is one of Sydney’s premier startup-organization, offering support, resources and community for local entrepreneurs. Hosting an annual start-up conference in Sydney, it have brought together 1000 entrepreneurs,developers & innovators to collaborate and learn.
Tunisia’s closeness to Europe is beneficial as we can develop mutual platforms that provide job opportunities for Tunisians seeking higher salaries than local rates. Another benefit is the concept of start-up is new phenomenon. Tunisia is still in its first start-up generation which will be a great opportunity for fostering new idea for start-up’s.
- Startup Hub – El ghazela / Tunis
- Internet Coverage/Speed – 50.7% / 4.0Mbps
- Company Registration Fee(Foreigners) – $250.0
- VAT – 18.0%
- Corporate Income Tax – 30.0%
London is the seventh most influential startup hub in the world, and is located perfectly for expansion across Europe, The United States & More. As a leader across the board in every facet, it has drawn the best of innovators,creative thinkers, business leaders & investors.
- Startup Hub – London
- Internet Coverage/Speed – 87.0% / 15.0Mbps
- Company Registration Fee(Foreigners) – $22.0
- VAT – 20.0%
- Corporate Income Tax – 25.0%
The start-up market is quietly growing over the last decade. There have been small examples of economic innovations over the years, but within the last few years the start-up scene has exploded. The political revolution of 2011 opened the doors for the freedom in Egypt, giving entrepreneurs opportunities they never thought possible.
Behind the glare of Berlin, the Bulgarian start-up scene is set to become a hub for seed investment and start-ups in South East Europe. Launch hub has a £9m fund (Partially Europe Money) and offers investment plus a six to nine months accelerator programs in Sofia
- Startup Hub – Sofia
- Internet Coverage/Speed – 56% / – Mbps
- Company Registration Fee(Foreigners) – $200.0
- VAT – 20.0%
- Corporate Income Tax – 10.0%