STARTUP EUROPE Almost a third of all young adults in the EU live at home. Europe needs entrepreneurs that create products that consumers want and thereby lift their friends out of unemployment. In Tallinn young people from all over the world take part in a technological boom that has made Estonia the European country with the highest number of entrepreneurs per capita. According to French economists at CEPII (Centre d’Etudes Prospective et d’Informations Internationales) Estonia will reach the level of the Nordic countries, measured by GDP per capita, in only ten years. This boom has given the small Baltic country growing self-confidence after the fall of the Soviet Union. It is also an example of a growing gap between richer and poorer countries on the continent.