According to the UN, by 2050, two-thirds of the world's population will be concentrated in large cities. It's time to think about moving to one of the economic and cultural centers of the world! Portal "ZagraNitsa" names 25 most livable, promising and open to innovation cities of the Earth Whatever one may say, sooner or later globalization will take its toll, United Nations analysts say. Very soon, large metropolitan areas will become home to two-thirds of the world's population. Recently, the international consulting company AT Kearney presented the TOP-25 most promising cities in the world. The experts took into account economic indicators, openness to innovation, the quality of city management and the comfort of residents. Vancouver The capital of the province of British Columbia in Canada is experiencing a boom in foreign investment. Foreigners are investing in real estate, as well as the infrastructure of the city, which cannot but affect the prospects of Vancouver. Copenhagen One of the most innovative cities in Europe in terms of quality of life (but also real estate prices!) is ahead of many competitors. Taipei In recent years, Taiwan's capital has greatly improved its business climate, making it a great option for investors. Brussels One of the centers of world diplomacy, politics, business negotiations. It is difficult to overestimate the prospects of such a platform. Los Angeles Not the best environmental situation and crime rates explain the relatively low rating of the largest city in California. Dallas A clear city development plan, innovation and collaboration with Google make Dallas one of the cities of the future. Tokyo The capital of Japan has one of the highest percentages of education of the population - and this is the best indicator of prospects. Toronto Experts predict the city's status as one of the largest IT hubs in the region. In addition, local authorities pay great attention to environmental protection. Singapore One of the financial centers of the world is inferior to many competitors in terms of environmental friendliness, as well as the comfort of life. Geneva Perhaps the best city for a calm and measured life. Among the minuses are high prices for everything, including housing. Melbourne The city leads in terms of the number of foreign investments in the economy, and local authorities do not skimp on investing this money in innovative projects. Berlin One of the cultural and economic centers of Europe with excellent ecology. Paris Its advantages are a high percentage of educated young people, the development of scientific developments and technologies, compactness and high comfort of life. Sydney In recent years, Sydney has become a magnet for foreign investors. Foreigners are not deterred even by an additional property tax for non-residents. Chicago Along with Boston, San Francisco and New York, Chicago is part of the Global Elite - a group of the best cities in the world. There is an excellent business climate and an emphasis on infrastructure development. Zurich Ease of doing business, an unbelievably high standard of living, wonderful ecology - Zurich offers all this. Munich In terms of the number of patents per capita, Munich is on a par with the world leaders - Houston and Shenzhen. Amsterdam Friendly to innovations and start-ups, the city in recent years has significantly succeeded in solving its main problem - bad ecology. Stockholm One of the most democratic and open to private entrepreneurship cities in the world. Atlanta Now all key areas of the city's development have reached high levels: attracting investments, innovation, and the standard of living of the population. Houston This is the world leader in terms of GDP per capita! London One of the financial centers of the world did not get into the TOP-3 due to environmental problems and affordable real estate. Boston Educational center of the United States, one of the cities that claim to be "smart". NY New York's influence could rise sharply in the coming years in light of Brexit and a possible outflow of investment from London. San Francisco The world capital of innovation and IT technologies with the headquarters of the largest corporations in the world.