Yet again Malta features as a Top Country on a world scale with one of the most determined entrepreneurs. What we can see on the infographic bellow is that the top countries are with lower rankings for starting up business. Does that mean that the entrepreneurs are seeing this as an opportunity rather than an obstacle?
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Why is Malta considered being among the top countries for this – is it due to statistical tricks, tax deductions (how to hide money), easy bureaucracy (?), a creative surrounding (lots of LSD and other hallucinogens? ) …or some other reasons?
Who are they? Are they these boring Scandinavians who establish their stupid online casinos? Are they the Maltese people who have a firm in their own name and simply do web design and rent out a flat?
What are these entrepreneurs? Who funds them? Private capital only?
What is the main field? Construction companies?
Compared to a country (like eg Finland) where there are many funders of start-ups, why are these corrupted countries on the top of the list?
What are the MAIN reasons for an entrepreneur to STAY (after it’s established here), is it again low taxes?
You may have better luck in Canada, which has a low volume of new businesses, according to new research from Expert Market.
Botswana, Malta and Timor-Leste are the three countries with the most determined entrepreneurs. Individuals starting up in Botswana are the most determined, given that launching a business there can take up to 48 working days or more than nine weeks.
From Azerbaijan to Afghanistan, the new research also reveals the 15 countries with the most missed opportunities. The U.S. falls on this list, while entrepreneurs in China and Russia, for example, are more likely to seize opportunities.
To find out where you should launch your next venture, check out Expert Market’s infographic below.