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The British charity Nesta published its “City Initiatives for Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship” report that ranks 40 cities according to their capacity to encourage and accompany startups’ development. The charity took into account the cities’ openness to new businesses, the dedicated infrastructures, whether the startups are helped or not…

New York ranks first, followed by London, Helsinki, Barcelona and Amsterdam. In spite of their elevated number of startups, some cities such as Berlin are not present in the top since their dynamism isn’t due to a specific policy of the local authorities. techcrunch.com

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0Thursday, June 25, 2015 - 10:44Facts & Figureseconomy
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