It takes a lot of work to start a company and keep it going. While hard effort, patience, and competence are required to start a firm, there are many more underlying and linked factors to consider, such as economic freedom, the logistical environment, and government support.
According to a recent survey conducted by e-commerce assistance platform Oberlo, Mumbai (45), Bengaluru (52), and Delhi (58) are among the top 75 cities for entrepreneurial success. However, the metric evaluation revealed that Mumbai (72), Bengaluru (73) and Delhi (74) are the weakest among the 75 cities when it comes to facilitating women’s entrepreneurship.
The three metros also perform poorly in economic freedom, with Mumbai ranking 70th, Bengaluru 71st, and Delhi 72nd.
When it comes to human tech capital, which considers the number of information and communication graduates and the number of information and communication graduates per 100,000 people, things aren’t all that different. Delhi retains a substantial lead in this one and ranks eighth, while Bengaluru and Mumbai drop to 13th and 14th, respectively.