Best Countries To Do Business In 2012 [Infographic]

Since the economic collapse, running a business has become just a tad bit more complicated for some people, and making up for lost time and money is far from simple. There are a lot of businesses around the world that had to close their doors for good just because of a few people’s bad and ignorant investments. It’s anything but fair, but that is something that we can’t keep delving into. Instead, we should spend the time trying to make things work again. So how do we do that you might ask. Well, if I knew, I would tell you in an instant. I guess the only thing to do is to work hard, stay dedicated and try to ride it out. Some countries have been hit harder than others of course, but don’t lose faith. If you’ve got the head for it, anything is possible.

If you are just starting out and are ready to launch your own startup, there are of course some countries where it is better to do business than others. The reasons are many and would fill several pages if I tried, but this infographic from Infographic Labs should shed some light exactly on this topic. They have collected data and information from countries around the world and put it all into an understandable format, just for you.

The lists are based upon the process and simplicity of acquiring construction permits, ease of tax compliance and how well shareholders are protected. As with everything, running a successful business has a lot to do with the way you dedicate yourself to researching the facts and processes. Knowing your business and how to run it could potentially save you thousands if not millions of dollars, depending on what league you play in. Knowledge is everything, and the more you know, the better you will be prepared when trouble emerges in your company. Places you can acquire this information are everywhere. All you need to do is the research and actually learn the trade, and you will do just fine.

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    I teach English teacher to businesses in Spain to (hopefully!) help them trade internationally – interesting to see which other countries are great at doing business globally.
    I also saw another infographic relating to working hours and cost of living – interesting to compare the two: http://www.moveoverseas.co.uk/about/blog/Where-Brits-Are-Going-to-And-Why

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