Europe’s Startup Scene

It looks like everybody wants to set up their own company lately.
In the European Union there are 23 million small to midsize businesses, accounting for about 75 million jobs and much of the Continent’s employment growth. And with many large corporations increasingly sending jobs elsewhere, young people are attracted as never before to the idea of starting their own businesses.

Research says that Europeans still tend to be more risk-averse than their counterparts in the U.S. and Asia.

The entrepreneurialism isn’t as well developed as we think. Nor is the infrastructure of business mentors, startup support services, and risk financing. But for a growing class of young entrepreneurs with good ideas and a strong work ethic, those impediments don’t matter.

The thing that really matter is your passion. Do you want to become succesfull? My answer is yes. I want to be succesfull in the future with entrepreneurialism.

In 1 great sentence: Your passion to succeed overcomes the barriers.