Monaco, a sovereign city-state on the French Riviera, is known as a “Billionaires’ Playground.” The tiny city-state is famous for its lavish wealth, casinos, and glamorous events such as the Monaco Yacht Show and the Monaco Grand Prix.
Monaco is home to 12,261 millionaires in less than one square mile. Business Insider has compared the number of millionaires to the number of residents and calculated that more than 32% of the population are millionaires.
Austria’s beautiful capital is famous for its history, culture and music and according to recent research Vienna is also currently the prime location for entrepreneurs looking to launch a new business in Europe. Its central location only hours away from any major European city,
combined with low development costs, good universities offering a strong local talent pool and affordable office space, make Vienna incredibly appealing for early-stage startups. With plenty of co-working spaces and accelerators providing the much needed support for entrepreneurs to thrive, Vienna is well on its way to becoming a major European startup hub.
Luxembourg City, the capital of one of Europe’s smallest countries, has a highly diverse, multilingual and well-educated population. Frankfurt, Paris and Brussels are only a few hours’ drive away, and London, Amsterdam, Milan and Barcelona can be reached in just over an hour by plane.
Not only does Luxembourg open up myriad possibilities for entrepreneurs to develop their businesses but it also offers integrated and tailor-made services to entrepreneurs with innovative projects across all industries.
Zurich: Germany has long been acknowledged as a start-up hub all over the world. With its new business models, good funding and infrastructure, many international start-up entrepreneurs find that general conditions for start-ups are indeed excellent in Germany.This is evident in the fact that almost 10% of start-up founders and 22% of their employees come from abroad.
Geneva: In addition to start-ups for financial and insurance services, latest trends include new companies focusing on real estate (PropTech), green technologies (GreenTech), automotive and nutrition. The thriving numerous accelerators and incubators in Germany
Zug: are often part of the programs financed by major corporations aiming to help start-ups in their early stages. This is a clear indication of how classic industry is increasingly looking to join forces with start-ups in the digital economy.