Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. With a population of around 9 million in the city and 16 million in the wider metropolitan area, Tehran is the largest city and urban area of Iran, the 2nd-largest city in Western Asia, and the 3rd-largest in the Middle East. It is ranked 29th in the world by the population of its metropolitan area.
When we talk about Frankfurt in this article, we actually describe the whole area around Frankfurt, which is known as “Frankfurt Rhine-Main” or FRM. It is one of eleven European metropolitan areas.Of those, it is the third biggest in Germany with a population of more than 5,8 mn and a Gross Regional Product of 150+ bn € (approx. the GDP of New Zealand). Obviously, the strength of this community lies in its decentralization. The whole area has something to offer from the European Space Operations Centre of ESA in Darmstadt to the Financial Hub Frankfurt and the knowledge of the universities in Mainz.
For a small city of only 200,000 inhabitants, Wellington certainly has a vibrant startup scene, one that has grown from strength to strength in the last decade. The southernmost capital city is nestled amongst steep hills and deep valleys and the region enjoys almost 500 kilometres of rugged and beautiful coastline. The landscape is a stunning legacy of the city’s location at the nexus of earthquake faults that bound the Asia-Pacific region.
To set the scene for Galway’s vibrant startup ecosystem, one needs to appreciate Galway’s geographic, cultural and business landscape. Galway is located in the West of Ireland, approximately a two-hour drive (200 km) from the capital, Dublin. The population in the greater Galway hinterland exceeds 250,000 people, making it the island of Ireland’s fourth largest centre of population after Dublin, Belfast and Cork. For many Irish and international visitors, Galway is synonymous with the Galway Horse Races. Continue reading Galway Startup Ecosystem→