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Tallinn places seventh in fDi Intelligence ranking for 2023

Recent ranking of fDi Magazine „European Cities and Regions of the Future 2023“, published by the Financial Times places Tallinn seventh among the medium-sized cities in Europe.

In the sub-categories Tallinn was rated particularly high in terms of human capital and lifestyle as well as business friendliness, where the city ranked second and fourth respectively.
fDi`s European Cities and Regions of the Future benchmarks locations for their attractiveness to foreign direct investment (FDI) every two years. For 2023 in total 370 cities were assessed and grouped by population size into five: major, large, mid-sized, small and micro cities. They were ranked based on data collected across five subcategories: economic potential, business friendliness, connectivity, human capital and lifestyle, and cost effectiveness. 

Vladimir Svet ja Jaanus Vahesalu fdi tunnustusi vastu võtmas MIPIM 2023_n.jpg
Mid-sized category recognizes cities with either an immediate city population of more than 200,000 and an urban area of more than 750,000 people, or an immediate city population of more than 350,000. Tallinn has been mentioned among the TOP10 mid-sized cities in various categories since 2012. Compared to the ranking of 2022, Tallinn has remained its high position.
All the winners will be recognized during the annual international property and investment fair MIPIM, held from 14-17 of March in Cannes. Tallinn will be represented at the trade fair with a joint stand with 9 Estonian companies:  Port of Tallinn, Northern Horizon Capital, Cobalt, Hundipea, Lumi Capital, Invego, Fyma, Valnes and Spacedrip

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