11 Best Cities to start Entrepreneurship journey (Worldwide)

Some Tidbits on the best cities to start Entrepreneurship journey

Large corporations including Amazon, Starbucks, and Microsoft have their headquarters in Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington, the state’s most populous metropolis. Despite the presence of such well-known corporations, Seattle remains a sanctuary for fledgling businesses. Venture capital investment is substantially more common among Seattle companies than in any other location, making their prospects of survival and growth far greater.

Silicon Valley, California, USA

Silicon Valley, California’s main center for startup and entrepreneurial innovation, takes the top spot (which should come as no surprise to anybody).

New York City, New York, USA

New York City, which had been ranked fifth in 2012, now occupies the number-two slot. According to Compass’s research, New York City scored first in market reach and second in performance and funding.

Berlin, Germany

Berlin climbed the rankings, rising from 15th place in 2012 to 9th place in 2015. Indicative of Berlin’s recent startup boom, this rise to the top 10 demonstrates the city’s recent rise to prominence as a startup center.

Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Boston is now ranked number four, but Compass predicts that it will rise in the future years. “Clear emphasis on next-generation tech businesses,” “excellent quality of life scores,” and “a favorable regulatory environment for startup communities” were all factors in a 2016 assessment by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation that placed Boston top among U.S. startup centers.

Los Angeles, United States of America

Los Angeles, California, is ranked third on the list. Despite not being as well-known as the Silicon Valley area, Los Angeles comes in second place in terms of market reach and fourth in terms of performance and financing to New York City.

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Known as India’s “Silicon Valley,” Bengaluru is the top city for startups. In terms of commerce and digitization, it is often regarded as the best city in the world. Infosys, Wipro, Mphasis, and many more of the country’s major IT businesses are based here. Several firms have sprung out of it, including Flipkart, Ola, InMobi, and Quikr.

The Israeli city of Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv comes in third for talent availability and fifth for finance, making it the fifth-best city overall. For emerging entrepreneurs, Israel is a great location to be because of the country’s reputation as the “startup nation,” which has seen an increase in startup activity in recent years.

London, England, United Kingdom

London, England, comes in at number six, with the third-largest market reach and the fourth-fastest growth.

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago is the second-fastest-growing city on the Inc. list, behind only New York City, while being ranked sixth overall by Compass.

Seattle , Washington DC ,USA

In terms of startup experience and accessible talent, Seattle came in third place on Compass’ list of the top eight cities. Seattle’s venture capital is now the weakest in the country, however, this is expected to change in the future years, since Seattle’s venture capital is increasing 40% faster than the national average.


Singapore is now the only location outside of the United States and Europe to boast a top-ten startup scene, moving up from number 17 to number 10.

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