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Dare to be more creative, dare to seek for bold and meaningful ideas. Do business that transforms the ordinary.

Lapland’s pure Arctic nature and its resources are the foundation of a sustainable business environment and create a one-of-a-kind business culture.

Innovations that spark from extreme conditions and communal and trusting atmosphere makes an efficient seedbed possible for bold investors and businesses. Lapland is a well-connected, stable and functional region that best delivers sustainable and reliable business opportunities.

Check out five reasons to do business and invest in Lapland and delve in deeper below.

Aurora Powertrains' innovation was created in the Arctic conditions of Lapland
The eco-friendly and quiet electric snowmobile was developed and designed in Rovaniemi especially for safari operations.
Arctic research work at Sodankylä’s Tähtelä utilised in business collaborations
The northern accessible location of Lapland and the long winter provide an excellent framework for carrying out important Arctic research work.
In Harriniva, time and tide wait for no man – Finns are enticed with reformed services and impressive campaigning
The coronavirus crisis has caused many challenges to the tourism industry but Lappish tourism companies rise to the occasion.
Unique innovative log product from Lapland responds to growing wood construction trend
Nordic wood is a strong and resilient building material. Logs are mostly used in the construction of detached houses, but they can also be used to build hotels and schools.
Lappish industries grow the business network: Telatek Service in Kittilä services and maintains mining equipment
The mining industry grows Lapland’s business network when services are purchased as subcontracts from local and Lappish companies.
Perseverance Lapland-style – Norrhydro is a shining example of the industrial expertise of the North
There are notable industrial companies and extensive expertise to be found in Lapland.
Lapland’s Arctic driving conditions are soon available for virtual testing
Tire, component and vehicle manufacturers test their products at the several test centers in Lapland.