Spain is known for its heritage, history, and culture, attracting tourists from all around the world. With such a high melding of experience in one place, it makes sense that there’s a rich and thriving startup market bustling within the country. According to the Global Startup Ecosystem Report, 56% of all euros invested throughout Spain went toward the funding of a startup business. The size of most Spanish startups is small but there is potential for growth with the central hubs in the country for startup jobs being Madrid and Barcelona. These are two heavily populated areas whose founders and workers are mostly of Spanish descent. Startup jobs are often available to country natives with founders that have an average of seven years in business before starting the startup around 37 years of age. This bodes well for startup jobs, giving the assurance that the founder has experience and is a stable member of Spanish society.