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Cientifica's Emtech Index 2012-13 Analyses Whether It Should Be Singapore, Zurich, Doha or Delhi?

Where Is The Best Place To Commercialise Emerging Technologies?

Ilkley, UK | Posted on October 15th, 2012

In the 21st century capital, technology and entrepreneurs have no borders. In an interconnected world where deals can be done, money can be transferred, and services delivered around the world in an instant, with hardware following close behind, how can entrepreneurs work out where to locate? Silicon Valley? London? Zurich? Singapore or even Doha?

For some entrepreneurs, traditional factors such as close personal links, ties to capital on to a specific region will hold sway but for a growing number of footloose entrepreneurs the world is their oyster. From smart grids to synthetic biology, geographical location is now being determined by access to capital, early adopters and smart people.

Cientifica's annual EmTech Index highlights the best, and worst places to set up an emerging technology business based on data generated from the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual "Global Competitiveness Report"1 which features data for 144 economies.

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About Cientifica
Cientifica helps businesses by advising on strategic and sustainable growth, positioning them to take advantage of a wide range of emerging technologies including materials, nanotechnology, life sciences and ‘big data.’

We constantly monitor the emerging technology landscape, linking this with key issues such as sustainable manufacturing and resource management through our close links to the World Economic Forum and many others.

Our global clients, from investment funds to governments benefit from out accurate technology predictions, being able to predict and quantify the effects of emerging technologies on their business.

Our broad range of expertise, knowledge and contacts means we are uniquely placed to understand and advise on the complexities, opportunities and pitfalls associated with adopting and commercialising emerging technologies.

Cientifica’s core team is made up of scientists and investment professionals and we are able to tap an envious talent pool of specialised skill sets from our global networks in government, science and finance to ensure we deliver a bespoke solution that is right for our clients.

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