Central and eastern Europe lose start-up founders to the west

Central and eastern Europe lose start-up founders to the west

A survey of the founders of start-up companies in Europe shows countries in central and eastern Europe lose more entrepreneurs than they gain.

According to the ‘Startup Heatmap’ published today, about 16 per cent of start-up founders in central and eastern Europe chose to move to western Europe, while 18 per cent leave the Mediterranean region.



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