Let’s admit it, we’re glad 2016 is done with. RIP. After the highest of highs during 2015, we have witnessed what might be the lowest of lows this past year. Some might prematurely term it the beginning of the end for the Indian startup ecosystem, but we, at Inc42, believe that there is definitely more than meets the eye.
Before delving into the report card of our country’s internal startup trends, it is important to see how we figure on an international podium. Here, we trace the factors that outline the current and the future horizon of possibilities for a startup in some of the biggest startup hubs across the world. From the dynamism of entrepreneurship development, economic support and feasibility, to the market in which startups operate – we aim at informing our audience with an analytical overview of startup landscapes using the following infographic.
Economic Parameters Ranking
Asian and Non-Asian countries have been ranked based on their economic parameters: GDP, corporate tax rate, the number of billionaires, interest rate, S&P credit ranking, ease of doing business and corruption rate.
Market Parameter Ranking
In the following graph, Asian and Non-Asian countries have been ranked based on their market parameters: smartphone penetration, population, population growth rate, youth (0-24 years), median age, urban population and internet penetration.