Helsinki-Uusimaa Region is at the heart of northern Europe. It is situated on the south coast of Finland, and is home to around 1.5 million inhabitants, which is more than a quarter of the country’s total population.
Its location on the Baltic Sea, its cultural climate and its green landscapes have made it a growing centre for new European business and politics.
Helsinki-Uusimaa Region consists of 26 municipalities. The region as a whole is characterized by a strong historical and social identity. The region is being developed as one integrated area.
The Region has, during the past two decades, developed into a dynamic knowledge hub and innovation centre. Rich and unpolluted nature combined with a modern infrastructure and high living standards offer excellent opportunities for business development in the region, as well as for recreation and leisure.