Tel Aviv, London, Sydney, Stockholm and Shanghai are booming with talent.
Because creativity is cultural. [And so} the Martin Prosperity Institute at U of T’s Rotman School of Management has been studying the complex web of factors that encourage and sustain innovation in regions around the world.
The institute’s Global Creativity Index, first published in 2004, measures a nation’s innovation potential, focusing on what it calls the Three Ts: technology, talent and tolerance.
"The GCI is really trying to help regions understand where they are," explains Kevin Stolarick, research director of the Martin Prosperity Institute. "Even when times are good, you have to worry about what comes next."
These five cities —and some of their start-ups—are on the docket for having very bright futures.
Via Karen Steffensen