The 90 Day Finn Programme invites foreign businesses, entrepreneurs and employees to work and live in Helsinki for 90 days. This year’s cohort all have one thing in common they are all experts in artificial intelligence.
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One of the ways in which Helsinki is marketing the city’s opportunities is the 90 Day Finn programme, which invites international entrepreneurs and investors to come and live in Helsinki for a period of three months.
Finland’s capital is fertile ground for research and commercialisation in sectors such as HealthTech, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyber Security. In fact, in 2022, the World Economic Forum ranked Helsinki as one of the top 25 most innovative cities in the world. But how does a relatively small city like Helsinki compete with heavyweights like San Francis
Collaboration, a human-centric approach, sustainability and quality of life are the shared values that have made the European Metropolitan Regions a driving force in tackling global challenges. This alternative approach has attracted the attention of foreign companies, investors and talent. The European Metropolitan regions are now launching a unique coopera
Since 2017, Singaporean organisations and Helsinki Partners have been collaborating to promote the two-way flow of ideas and capital around smart and sustainable cities. Helsinki Partners recently introduced Helsinki’s Mayor and Chief Economist to our network in Singapore, organising visits and events to highlight the country’s smart-city excellence.
A booming startup scene, tight networks, and a strong culture of trust have made Finland a magnet for international investors.
The 90 Day Finn programme gives international professionals the chance to experience work-life balance in the happiest country on Earth.
Cities and energy companies work together to develop solutions that address sustainability and climate issues. Ties to both local ecosystems and other cities raise these partnerships to the next level.
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Smart energy startups in Helsinki leap to tackle climate change and to secure a slice of the $2 trillion annual global investments made in Helsinki.