DotCom Magazine Selects Top 5 Countries to do Business in

DotCom Magazine Selects Top 5 Countries to do Business in
Here are the 5 countries we think are best to do business in.

If you are a budding entrepreneur, where is the best country to actually do business in? This is an important thing to consider because the choice could affect how much of a success or not your business ventures actually are. In the following article though, we want to make it a little easier for you, by using attributes such as legal framework, well-developed infrastructure, transparent work practices, expertise in technology, educated and skilled pool of workers, easy to access capital, innovation and having the entrepreneurial spirit. We select the 5 countries we think are best to do business in.

5 Countries To Do Business In

Germany

Germany

Germany is one of the best countries in the world for doing business in for a variety of reasons. For one thing it is incredibly forward-thinking and has realistic and solid progressive goals for the future. Further to that, it has a great educational system, encourages green living and has a strong entrepreneurial spirit and an incredibly high quality of life.

Switzerland

Switzerland is not just popular for its food and cheese, but is also a very cultural country with a high quality of life. It is considered to also be a great place for raising children and for basing headquarters for corporations in. The Swiss is also a very forward-thinking and has a potent entrepreneurial spirit running deep within it. If you want a beautiful European country to start afresh in, Switzerland is a great choice,

Canada

Canada

It is hard not mentioning Canada when speaking about countries that are great for living in. However, it is not just a great place to live in, but a great one to do business in too. Canadians as a people are incredibly business-minded and welcome entrepreneurs with open hands. The quality of life north of the border is also very good, as you would imagine from a place that people often go to retire. Many company’s setup their headquarters in some of the bigger cities, and it might just be the best place for you to do the same.

Unites States

Unites States

It seems only fair to mention the good old U S of A in our list. Afterall, the country has a forward-thinking attitude towards entrepreneurs and people starting out on their own. It may not always be the easiest market to work in, but it has a hugely influential culture and some of the best educational institutions in the world are located in the US.

Japan

Beating our own country out to the top spot is a place weve always been fascinated by here at DotCom Magazine. We haven’t just mentioned this because of the tech or the food. Japan has some of the highest rates in terms of green living, so if you are concerned about the environment and want to live eco-friendlier, Japan is worthy of your consideration. It also is very forward-thinking and incredibly influential around the world. But yes, doing business here means you have access to those bustling and exciting cities and the delicious food.

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