The Turku region warmly welcomes new talents, companies and investments to Finland’s most dynamic region which has a centuries-long tradition of developing and commercialising internationally significant products and services. International businesses will especially appreciate the security, stability, cleanliness and predictability of the operational environment we provide.
We are particularly proud of our multidisciplinary approach, boldness and exceptionally strong community spirit between actors in the fields of business and economic development, which forms a strong basis for entrepreneurship and innovation. The purposeful work done by the region’s municipalities and institutes of higher education creates fantastic conditions for the sustainable future growth of companies.
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Growth Companies in these fields provide many attractive career and investment opportunities. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page. Ask us for more information!Bioeconomy, Cleantech and Circular Economy Drug Development, Diagnostics, Health Technology and Functional Foods Shipbuilding, Design and Developing Maritime Logistics Tourism, Film and Game Industry Manufacturing, Data Economy and New Technologies
The Turku region offers amazing career opportunities
Like all other Finnish and Nordic growth centres, we welcome new skilled professionals to help support the region’s growth. International talents can find valuable information about the Turku region on the Career in Southwest Finland website. The site also functions as an excellent channel for companies to inform international talents about suitable career opportunities.
Go to the Career in Southwest Finland site
The Turku subregion
The Turku subregion consists of eleven municipalities. In addition to the central city of Turku, the municipalities of Kaarina, Lieto, Masku, Mynämäki, Naantali, Nousiainen, Paimio, Raisio, Rusko and Sauvo all belong to the subregion. There are six institutes of higher education, and over 330 000 inhabitants, of whom 47 000 are students.
The central city of Turku is taking huge leaps towards becoming completely carbon neutral by the year 2029. The international Science Park area, the hub of manufacturing and maritime industry Blue Industry Park, the experience and events hub being planned in Turku’s old trainyard, and the new vision for the Turku City Centre all increase the speed at which Turku is achieving its new future. The Green Industry Park, which will be formed in the Naantali refinery area, has all of the prerequisites to become a new hub of bio- and circular economy.