Tampere region is Finland’s second-largest economic area and one of the country’s fastest-growing urban areas. Tampere invests in internationalization, and Finland Relocation Services has helped many foreign experts to relocate there. We interviewed Nuppu Suvanto, the Project Manager of International HUB Tampere, about the city’s business environment and internationalization.
Finland has lifted some of its coronavirus-related travel restrictions, and changed quarantine recommendations. We collected a list of the countries, for which the quarantine recommendation has been lifted. The recommendations may change, so the list will be updated.
Despite the coronavirus crisis, Finland still needs international experts. We interviewed Mikko Valtonen, a specialist at the Finland Chamber of Commerce, who says Finland should invest in attracting global talent.
The UK withdrew from the European Union on 31 January 2020. A transition period, which will continue until the end of 2020, began at that point. What does this mean for the UK citizens living in Finland?
As heat wave continues in Finland, we collected some hot weather activities in Helsinki, Espoo, Tampere and Oulu.
The coronavirus pandemic is changing the world in many ways, and also the field of global mobility. For example, companies have needs for new types of services, and there may be changes in the competition for global talent.
On Monday 1 June, Finland lifts many restrictions. Many places that have been closed will reopen, so there will be more things to do. Here is a list of the changes.
An important part of a successful relocation is the spouse’s integration to a new country. We have helped to arrange Spouse Program to support the foreign employees’ spouses in Finland.
An important part of the relocation process is finding the perfect home for the foreign employee. Having a nice home is important especially during these times when many people spend more time at home. I asked our relocation consultants, how they have helped foreign employees to find homes in Finland during the pandemic.