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6 Of The Best Cities In Europe If You Want To Do Business

Doing business in Europe can be wonderful or simply horrible. There are many different things to consider and what city you base your operations in is definitely vital. Fortunately, in Europe there is no shortage of wonderful cities for those interested in doing business.

Below you can find some that are wonderful, according to the research done by Noll Law attorneys in Springfield.

Dublin

Ireland has one of the fastest growing economies in the entire continent. Dublin is basically the heart of Ireland's economic growth. Numerous worldwide brands have headquarters in Dublin, like Lufthansa, Citibank and Accenture.

The city has quite a compact size, so it is not that difficult to conduct business. The airport is very close to the city centre and the road network in Ireland is very good. At the same time, the tax regime in the country is really good. Companies that are based in Dublin gain a great competitive age.

Dublin

Madrid

One of the most important European capitals, Madrid, gives you access to infrastructure and facilities you need as a business. This really vibrant city went through the recession and the worldwide financial crisis only to recover. During that time, business travel stayed constant.

Madrid is a diverse city, welcoming numerous business types, ranging from textiles to banking. The outlook of the city remains prosperous since the tourist economy is strong. While there are not many financial service companies that would choose Madrid, for many other industries the city is wonderful.

Madrid

Milan

Milan is a large and important European business and financial centre. In fact, it is considered to be the financial hub of Italy. This is where you find the main stock exchange of Italy, bringing in a really steady flow of talent. The Bocconi University also plays a big part in the stability of Milan. Even students from outside the European Union want to study there and work hard to be accepted.

Milan

Brussels

You will not find incredible majestic landmarks in Brussels, like in Rome or Paris, but property prices are quite cheap and life quality is really high. Brussels keeps attracting start-ups and creative people. Its reputation keeps getting better and better as time passes. Many London-based firms think about moving to Brussels in the event that Brexit happens.

A great think about the city is that purchase tax is quite high. This shielded the market from the appearance of bubbles. Also, large investments were made in trade centres, business centres and infrastructure, including in neighbourhoods that are underprivileged.

Brussels

Zurich

Zurich has really low taxes and can easily foster innovation, all while offering accessibility. If you look at tops, you see the city being at the top in terms of life quality so it should be no surprise to see so many businesses move to it. Numerous scientific publications and patents come from Zurich, which also offers incredible education opportunities.

Zurich

Edinburgh

Last but not least, the capital of Scotland is a truly thriving centre for technology, start-ups and science. Some of the leading research centres and science parks of Scotland are located here, together with numerous businesses that grow much faster than initially anticipated. The business community keeps growing.

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