Technology and innovative companies thrive in the United States where they have access to a large and sophisticated market and dedicated stock exchange, the Nasdaq. The thirty largest publicly traded companies in the Nasdaq Composite index are here presented together with their activities, logos, and useful links.
With more than 200 million people and a rapidly growing economy, Brazil is a hot country for startups who are aggressively engaged to innovate and grab a share of the market. Brazil is an interesting market for companies looking to develop new business models and develop a business stronghold for expansion in Latin America.
One of the large European countries and economies, Spain is a mid-sized, developed and solvable market for online shopping. Dominated by leading American e-commerce companies, the Spanish market is competitive with multiple foreign companies and some local, established stores and pure e-commerce players managing to hold their ground.
With the largest population in Europe and a diversified economy, Germany is a leading hub in Europe for startups and tech companies. The technologically-savvy and solvable German people provides a great base to support startups in their national and international expansion.
One of the earliest developed countries for online shopping, Japan has become a rather large and very solvable market for e-commerce. With world-leading giant e-commerce companies fighting for the lead, Japan is a place of intense competition for online shopping market share.
With more than 1.3 billion people and a rapidly growing economy, India is a key country for startups who are engaging massive funds to grab a share of the market. India is a battleground for companies aiming at explosive growth and establishing themselves in an upcoming global tech leader in the long run.
The largest and most sophisticated economy in the world, the US is a paradise for startups and tech companies, with the world-leading support ecosystem and massive venture capital ready to back promising businesses. The US is a perfect place for companies aiming at explosive growth and a great basecamp to conquer the world.
With a technologically advanced economy and a unique position in Asia-Pacific, Australia is the birthplace of many startups and tech companies. Thanks to a well-connected startup ecosystem, Australia has fostered the development of a number of local startups nationally and helped their international launch.
With an advanced, diversified economy and technologically-savvy people, the UK is home to many startups and tech companies. The mature startup ecosystem and availability of capital in the UK supports multiple local startups to expand nationally and fuel their development across the world.
Brazil is a large and rapidly growing market for online shopping. Not dominated by American giants, an interesting competition is unfolding between traditional department stores expanding online and specialized e-commerce players fighting to expand their presence in this key market.