The New York Times recently reported on a 2013 Spanish law hoping to boost entrepreneurship:
Ms. Carr, 42, a Californian who has traveled extensively in Europe, long dreamed of living and working there. But as the founder of a start-up company and as an American citizen, she assumed that it would be “next to impossible” to get a work permit at a time when many European economies were struggling to rebound from the financial crisis.
Then she learned of a law that Spain’s government passed in September 2013 to help domestic businesses and to woo foreign talent and investment. It included a visa category for foreign entrepreneurs, requiring them to have little more than a government-vetted business plan, health insurance and enough money to support themselves while living in Spain.
“I thought the entrepreneurship visa was exactly what I needed,” she said.
Read the article, “At Spain’s Door, a Welcome Mat for Entrepreneurs.”