With the rapid advancement of the tech industry and digital industries it has never been easier to start a new business. Government around the world have taken note of the economic gain for supporting startup companies, with many offering grands, tax breaks and incentives to boost the appeal of their local areas as great start up cities.

Berlin is considered the prime hub for European companies and it offers very low cost living to the entrepreneurs who chose this city. The most expensive rent space is in New York City where new business can pay something close to 200 thousand pounds. Sydney, London and Vancouver follow the ranking.

Singapore most famous startups as Money Samart Roomorama and Trade Gecko. Ayer Rajah Crescent is home to many co-working spaces, and there are numerous incubators located in this city such us Blk71 which is considered the hearth of the tech start-up ecosystem in Singapore.

Sydney offers very interesting incentives like the Entrepreneurs Infrastructure program and that helps business financially and with networking. Design Crowd, Canva and Wipe Hero are one of the most recognized start-ups in this city.

New York City has historically been famous for public and private investors due to the numerous incentives offered by the local government. Data reveals that New York attracts nearly twice the number of young female entrepreneurs as Silicon Valley. BuzzFeed Tumbler, Etsy are one of the most well-known startups.

No doubt the most famous startups have been born in California, Twitter, Facebook, Google and Apple are the startup flag from Silicon Valley. London is the house of Zoopla, ASOS, Citymapper and Tranferwise. Berlin has HelloFreh, Sound Cloud, Delivery Hero and Wooga.

Amsterdam has Wetransfer, 3D Hubs, Travel Bird and Peerby and Vancouver has welcomed Hootsuite, Plenty of Fish, Rain Maker and Fit Plan.

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