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About Joinville

Sitting in the southeast of Brazil, Joinville is the largest city in the Santa Catarina State and a major industrial, financial and commerce center. It has been declared the 2nd best city to live in and it holds the titles of "Brazilian Manchester", "City of Flowers", "City of Bicycles" plus others. It hosts the largest dance festival in the world and is home to the Bolshoi Ballet School in Brazil, the only one outside of Russia. With an estimated population of around the 577,077 mark with many being of German, Swiss, Norwegian and Italian descent, this is no small town of dancing feet. A hub for major events and business conferences, the city has one of the highest standards of living in Latin America. Coworking venues have opened in its streets to cater to its innovative and creative locals who wish to stay in their own plush backyards.

Joinville has a strong German influenced culture in its architecture, local dishes and way of life. For the sun worshippers there are beaches less than an hour's drive away and for the history buff there are numerous museums including the 'MUBI" bicycle museum and the National Museum of Immigration History that is housed in what was once a royal palace. Its art museum has rotating exhibits to keep the artsy folk smiling and you can get a great view over the city from the Mirante de Joinville tower. Home to numerous of Brazil's large software companies such as Datsul, Logocenter, Microvix and SoftExpert, the city's economy is based on industrial activities plus commerce.

Brazil is Latin America's largest entrepreneurial ecosystem with startups focusing on frontiers, other than their own home ground. The creative locals are competing on a global scale and expanding their companies quickly by exporting their business models to other regional markets around the world, despite their own growing middle class with a healthy appetite for social and media consumption. Brazilians are becoming known for bootstrapping early-stage companies, hence the need for more and more coworking spaces to dot its city streets.