In an interesting blogpost, Peter Diamandis explained the success of the valley with the arrival of new-type coffee shops as place to gather and network, then with the high density of tech people, reducing the risk of failing, as there are many more positions and opportunities waiting.
Based on that, the other ingredients – contributors, culture, capital – grew organically, cumulating innovation power, delivering success along the road.
All this has been and is happening despite some harsh conditions, like climate, immigration and tax rules. How much easier should it be to achieve such success under Panama’s tropical living conditions, in its relaxed business, immigration and tax environment?
Being a successful entrepreneur in Panama appears to be much more attractive then up there. Lifestyle, costs of living, investment opportunities, to mention a few.
Becoming a successful entrepreneur in Panama must not be more difficult.
Creating perfect conditions to attract entrepreneurs to start and thrive their high-tech business here in Panama is the task at hand.