Jamaica has 1 city in the top 1000 and is one of Caribbean’s best countries for setting up a startup.
Jamaica’s startup scene saw an increase in 2023 and jumped 2 spots from the previous year, outranking Morocco.
The Jamaican startup ecosystem is still in the early stages of development and offers entrepreneurs a number of startup incubators and business networks for startup growth. The country enjoys proximity to the United States and the majority of the population has high English proficiency, facilitating business expansion.
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The health check tables allow you to look at the performance Jamaica has in each of the parameters that are part of StartupBlink's ranking algorithm. There are five tables, corresponding to the three subscores, the subscore analysis and industry ana...
Jamaica is ranked within the top 100 startup ecosystems globally.
Jamaica’s startup scene is best represented in Software & Data, Edtech, and in Ecommerce & and Retail.
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