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Kaupunkikuva muuttuu, Tampere on investoijan kaupunki.

Tampere for investors

Tampere is the second largest urban area in Finland. Compact but big enough for the great things to happen.
business tampere internet of Tampere grafiikka

Internet of Tampere

In Tampere you will find a unique culture of open innovation between companies, universities, research institutes and the city. In Tampere team work isn’t just words on paper, it’s real.
Konseptikuva Kansi ja Areena, kaupunkinäkymä

City of Development

The new skyline is growing fast in the very heart of the city. Around Tampere railway station, you can put your finger on the dynamic pulse of business.
Näkymä Tampereen Keskustorilta Teatterille ja ihmisjoukkoon.

Facts and figures

The Companies, Labour Market and Internationality report provides companies, investors and other stakeholders information about the current business climate in the Tampere Region.
Karttakuva Tampereen yhteyksistä Eurooppaan ja maailmallle.

Global Reach

The Tampere Region is located in the northern end of the metropolitan area, in the middle of busiest part of Finland. The location is optimal at the crossroads of logistic routes, most important motorways and railways in Finland.
Kartta Tampereen seudusta

Trade & logistics

Tampere City Region is a traffic hub, growth centre and industrial cluster, where municipalities actively offer good locations for companies. Tampere City Region is the second largest growth centre in Finland, and it is preparing for continued population growth.
Kuva naisesta veden äärellä. Kuvan päällä teksti "Facts about Finland".

Finland facts

We take pride in being a bit quirky, and prefer actions to words. We say what we do and do what we say. That’s why Finland is the most functional country in the world, and the Finnish handshake the most reliable. Why not give it a try?
Mies tekee töitä tietokoneella

Finland – the place for advanced IT

Finland has much to offer for international investors and companies in the ICT sector, including first-rate availability of talented and qualified ICT engineers, and easy access to public R&D funding and development networks. 
A man fishing in Tampere

Quality of life

Finland is one of the safest countries in the world with exeptional education level, good housing conditions, high quality of living environment and strong sence of community. In addition, the government has a social responsibility to take care of its citizens and provide comprehensive public services. 
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