In my room on bed
Definitely Waterloo Region, ON!
Beirut is one of the most appealing cities for start-ups. Google it ;)
Scandinavia; Finland, Iceland, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway
In my pants
Seattle! Amazon, Starbucks, Microsoft..need I say more? It's also listed in the top 5, so curious why it's not one of the options.
It Is A Booming Economy With A Very Good Mechanism For Start Ups
Tel-Aviv of course. No. 2 after the valley.
Genoble, France - this is the silicon valley of the Alps. But because the sity is small, it is never rancked, except Paris in France!! Nevertheless, Forbes had recently ranked Grenoble (top 5), the only French city in the ranking of the most innovative cities in the world: http://www.forbes.com/fdc/welcome_mjx.shtml
Where i lives, because you have to know where you can find ressources... but soon, you will need an office in the cities where your rich customers are .
tel-aviv and hertzliya
Wellington, New Zealand
PS Why is NZ not even on your map?
New Zealand without a doubt. You'll find it on another map southeast of Australia
Definitely New Zealand
Anywhere in New Zealand! By the way, whoever drafted your globe forgot the most innovative country on the planet.
Lisbon, Portugal This beautiful city & country has a lot going for it, from sophisticated world-class infrastructure, multi-lingual, educated workforce, great weather, and low costs.
Bangalore is best to start up!!!!
I guess you cannot call a place to be good or bad without you understand the business and its requirements.
Helsinki, Finland !!!
Cleveland, OH!!! Cleveland's startup community has been growing over the past few years, and I think it is ready to explode!
Pittsburgh. I searched the world and this is the place to start-up.