Ernst & Young and the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance have released the EY G20 Digital Entrepreneurship Barometer for 2016, which assesses the overall success of G20 countries in fostering entrepreneurship. The goal in doing this is to “provide a standardized assessment of the digital entrepreneurship ecosystem across the G20 to help identify areas of relative strength by country and opportunities for improvement.”
We were very pleased to discover that Canada has placed in the top five in the categories of: Digital Skills and Entrepreneurial Education; Entrepreneurial Culture; Entrepreneurial Culture, Digital Business Environment; Digital Knowledge Base and ICT Market; and was first in the Access to Finance category.
According to the report:
The EY G20 Digital Entrepreneurship Barometer takes a focused digital lens to the five pillars of entrepreneurship to assess country performance and help identify areas of relative strength and opportunities for improvement.
You can download the full report here.
As Canada’s leading provider of small business training, we’re proud of our country’s commitment to entrepreneurs! Go, Canada!