3. London, UK
Despite the Brexit vote London hasn’t fallen out of the top 10 yet.
There have been a huge number of reports of businesses, including the City’s key financial services firms, looking to relocate parts of their business to other EU cities die to last year’s Brexit vote.
While there have already been jobs moved, it seems unlikely big companies will withdraw from the UK capital on a large scale. This may change as the Brexit negotiations — due to begin next month — develop.
London’s transport links — boasting multiple international airports and rail links to Europe — are immensely valuable.
Meanwhile, many tech start-ups are opting to base their headquarters in London. The capital and its diverse boroughs are still popular among tech entrepreneurs, despite Brexit fears.
Croydon – now home to over 1,000 tech, creative and digital businesses – was last year named named the Silicon Valley of South London by UHY Hacker Young.