The City of Helsinki is developing a competitive operating environment for companies and promotes successful business operations within its region. Vital business operations create more jobs and facilitate versatile commercial services. It will also lay a foundation for public services, through increasing the amount of tax revenue.
The new startup centre in Helsinki, Maria 0-1, is already bustling. The facilities have drawn dozens of companies aiming for international growth, as well as several venture capitalists.
The City of Helsinki's enterprise agency NewCo Helsinki has created the online publication ”Immigrant Entrepreneurs – How to become an entrepreneur in Finland?” for immigrants who are considering starting up a business in Finland.
In the forthcoming decades, Helsinki will expand faster than ever before, with the construction of a variety of apartments, offices, kindergartens, schools, parks, streets and recreation areas.