Dublin
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Ireland

Dublin is cheaper than London, boasts low corporate tax rates, and everybody speaks English. Its "Silicon Docks" neighborhood houses tech giants Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Zynga. Last year Twitter announced that it was opening its third international office (after London and Tokyo) in Dublin, making the city its European headquarters. The annual Dublin Web Summit is one of the fastest-growing tech conferences in Europe.

Good for

  • Education
  • Hardware
  • Business-friendly policies


  @FortuneMagazine - Last updated September 19 2012 05:43 AM ET
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