Now, we all know that startup meccas are the big American cities, with San Francisco and New York leading the charge. However, startup mania has spread worldwide and the US can no longer claim the fame of being the one and only spot to be if you’re going to launch a successful internet company.
There are multiple factors that determine a location’s startup hospitality: cost of living, access to investors, and tax levels, to just name a few.
While you may just be starting up your company in your hometown because that’s what’s familiar to you, check out this infographic from Washington State University on the best places worldwide to launch a startup. Have you considered Singapore?
(Click here or on the infographic for the full-size version.)