Those who can transform into successful entrepreneurs will have – and continue to create – tremendous opportunities.
Entrepreneurship is a skillset. It takes successes, failures, adjustments and time.
But, there’s good news: Entrepreneurship is a skill that you can learn. In fact, anyone can learn how to become an entrepreneur.
Some governments have wisely embraced entrepreneurs and their startup businesses. These governments have paired with business incubators and accelerators. In many cases, they’ve even made equity-free startup funding available.
And foreign students can obtain a residency permit. So, once they finish the startup program, entrepreneurs can stay, hire talent and leverage their new, local network to grow their business.
In this quarter’s Black Paper, we present our selections for the world’s best startup programs.
We feature programs in the Americas, Europe and Asia and Oceania. In each region, we also detail some programs worthy of honorable mentions.
Read on to see our choices, the benefits of each program and how our top picks stack up against one another.
Despite all the changes happening in today’s world – wages not keeping pace with inflation, the end of the traditional career path, technology displacing more jobs, etc. – there’s still at least one way for individuals to create value and sustainable wealth… Entrepreneurship. Those who can transform into successful entrepreneurs will have – and continue…