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.
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Helsinki, Finland offers investment opportunities, research capabilities and incubation programmes for business ideas in food tech innovation.
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.
Danish startup GreenMobility arrived in Helsinki at the end of 2020 with Finland’s first electric car rental service. Helsinki Partners helped the company to get established with the right contacts, permits and more.
Organised by UK-company Media 10 – with support from Helsinki Partners – Design Helsinki aims to attract a significant audience of international visitors.
The 90 Day Finn programme gives international professionals the chance to experience work-life balance in the happiest country on Earth.
MUJI joined forces with startup Sensible 4 to test the world’s first all-weather autonomous bus on Finnish roads. Now the partners have taken the GACHA bus to Japan.
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.
These are some of companies hailing from the country that created the first country roadmap to a circular economy.
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.