The World's Top Cities For Female Entrepreneurs


The number of female entrepreneurs around the world is now significantly higher than in previous years, according to the Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking 2015. However, men continue to found the bulk of global startups. The most common cities to find female entreprenuers are all in North America. Chicago comes first with women accounting for 30 percent of new startups. Boston follows close behind with 29 percent. Silicon Valley, Los Angeles and Montreal round off the top five.

Infographic: The World's Top Cities For Female Entrepreneurs | Statista
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