Espoo (in Swedish "Esbo") is a part of the Helsinki metropolitan area with the Nuuksio National Park sitting in the northwest of its municipality. Espoo is one of 7 areas that make up the municipality, the others being: Vanha-Espoo, Espoonlahti, Kauklahti, Leppävaara, Matinkylä and Tapiola.
The main campus of the Aalto University is based in Otaniemi, Espoo, with a thriving technology community that includes numerous IT companies and the Technical Research Center of Finland. You will find high-tech companies such as Nokia, KONE, Fortum and Tekla all have their headquarters in the city. Finland has one of the most cutting-edge economies in the world and Helsinki is a center for innovation and a bustling hub for startups and entrepreneurs with a dynamic workforce of talented souls.
As with the rest of Helsinki, Espoo is a clean, stable and secure place to live with a high standard of living and welfare. The locals are friendly and the city boasts some of the best and informative plus globally attractive startup events in the whole of Europe. Many startups begin in Helsinki due to its international accessibility, its incredible talent pool as being one of the most highly educated workforces in the world and its easy business environment. Most people are fluent in English, hence there are no language barriers and there are numerous funding possibilities, plus government support for fledgling startups to take advantage of.
The people of Finland are actually listed as some of the happiest people in the world.
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