An interesting computer graphic on start-ups was brought to my attention by his creator, Quentin Chapeaux de Ecoreuil.fr . It highlights the countries where it’s a good place to be an entrepreneur, as well as new “unicorns” and influential investors.
Among the most surprising facts, I discovered for example that there are as many start-ups in Nigeria as in Germany, and twice as many in Indonesia as in Italy. Within the adult population, there are 13.8% of entrepreneurs in Brazil, and only 1.7% in France. You are better off creating a start-up in Berlin, where $ 1,726 per month is enough to live on, than in London where you need $ 2,914 (but where there are six times more investors or business angels..).
Thanks, Quentin, for this document!