Cities and Urbanization

Step aside San Francisco: the best cities in the world for tech

In addition to rent, Savills looked at over 100 metrics, ranging from the number of days needed to start a business through to the cost of a flat white coffee. Image: REUTERS/Chris Aluka Berry

Sam Shead

Technology Reporter, Business Insider

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