The mission of the Finland-Israel Association in Espoo is to boost business, technology and innovation collaboration between Espoo and Israel
Risto Huvila, M&A Advisor (Chairman)
Jarmo Kalliola, Investor (Vice-Chairman)
Ella-Roosa Tenhunen, Art Producer (Secretary)
Simon Elo, Member of Parliament, City Councillor
Peter Fagerholm, Managing Director, Friends & Brgrs
Antero Laukkanen, Member of Parliament, City Councillor
Ethel Salutskij, President, Keren Kajemet Finland
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From the left: Antero Laukkanen, Jarmo Kalliola, Risto Huvila, Ella-Roosa Tenhunen, Ethel Salutskij and Peter Fagerholm.
Simon Elo missing from the photo.
Information on City of Espoo
Espoo is the second biggest and the fastest growing city in Finland. Espoo companies are responsible for around 50 % of the turnover in the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
As part of the Helsinki Metropolitan Area, it is a gateway between Europe, Russia and Asia. Therefore global headquarters of major Finnish companies and more than 430 international companies are located in Espoo. Our business friendly environment offers an accessible location, functional infrastructure, modern logistics and communications networks for international companies and investors.
Espoo is a home of city booming startup scene, multiple headquarters of global corporations, hundreds of innovative SME's and companies in knowledge-intensive sectors. Many commute daily to Espoo from the neighbouring municipalities in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area.
The city is has gained international fame as a hub of know-how, research and development, at the heart of which stands the Aalto University campus.
Large natural areas are characteristic of Espoo: seashores, the archipelago, the wilderness in nature reserves and the waterways of the lake highlands. The cultural landscapes, constructed environments and natural areas of Espoo are like Finland in miniature.
Espoo in numbers
The area around Espoo is a thriving region that covers Stockholm, St. Petersburg and Tallin. Its direct neighbours are Helsinki, the capital of Finland, and the Airport city of Vantaa.